Novuna Business Finance are an award-winning team of finance professional with over 40 years of industry experience. Our expertise is based on preparing finance proposals and arranging the finance for Franchisees and Franchisors.
Novuna Business Finance are experts in delivering funding solutions to franchisors and franchisees across a range of industries in the franchise sector.
Novuna Business Finance provide a hybrid broker-lender service which is unique to the franchise market. Our team work closely with each customer to understand their needs and goals. From there, the team seek to deliver a flexible franchise funding solution that suits your business goals and objectives, whether that be through our own funds, from our panel of accredited lenders, or a combination of both.
Our dedicated consultants are here to support you:
Why use Novuna Business Finance?
Gain access to the team’s extensive knowledge and expertise to start and grow your business and receive comprehensive support at every step of your business journey.
Our franchise funding process is quick and easy. The experience and skill of our consultants enable us to assist with your lending application, improving your chances of securing funding.
We do the heavy lifting so you can focus your time where it matters most.
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Novuna Business Finance is a trading style of Mitsubishi HC Capital UK PLC. Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The Agreement may or may not be regulated under the Consumer Credit Act depending on your circumstances.
Finance is provided by Mitsubishi HC Capital UK PLC. We also offer credit broking services, and may introduce you to a selected panel of third party lenders. We may charge you an arrangement fee and / or receive a commission from the third party lender.