Vincent Bull

Businesses are now better placed to create and sustain relationships

With the advancement of technology and the internet, we are more connected than ever and things are constantly moving along at an ever-increasing pace.

This statement is often followed by the bemoaning of a subsequent lack of substance and quality in our communications, business and relationships, which can get lost in the fleeting interactions of modern life. However, when paired with knowledge and experience (and a desire to deliver personal and effective service) businesses are now, more so than ever, better placed to create and sustain relationships, improving the services they offer.

A recent deal completed by Vatbridge can be seen as evidence of this in practice. When working to a tight completion deadline, a client came up against an unforeseen cash flow issue, which meant a shortfall in the funds required for completion. By responding immediately and working with various parties, Vatbridge provided a £720,000 loan in five days to facilitate the completion of the deal for a commercial unit in London. As a result, the client avoided having to extend their completion deadline, which would have incurred penalties. As an enabling form of funding, Vatbridge can work in partnership with all the parties involved in a transaction to deliver a win-win scenario.

By sustaining relationships, such as those with HMRC, Vatbridge is able to speed up the funding process, forging beneficial relationships with their clients and connected parties. It is possible, then, that swift transactions are not mutually exclusive with a personal service and good relationships, but rather they are, and will remain to be, interdependent.

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