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Financing investment is key to most organisational developments.
Some organisations which have previously relied on central government money to fund improvement, innovation, new services and facilities are finding it more difficult to source funding while those in the charitable sector are having to work increasingly harder to raise funds.
Faced with these challenges, how can organisations access the money they need in order to perform effectively?
At Ward Hadaway, we can provide sensible, impartial advice on a wide variety of finance raising options.
Our full service banking team has vast experience advising public sector borrowers on refinancing, development finance, loans and other arrangements designed to secure affordable funding for important work.
Our public sector experts can assist with negotiating a range of public-private sector finance options, from joint ventures to agreements under national programmes such as LIFT and PFI. Having been recognised as the PFI Law Firm of the Year 2013 and 2014, we like to think we know a thing or two about this area which we can share with you.
Our specialist charities team has advised on a raft of agreements for charitable organisations to set up commercial and trading divisions, enabling them to develop new revenue streams without compromising their charitable objectives or status.
Through all of this, we take the same can-do approach, combined with in-depth expertise and breadth of experience to help get the best results for organisations looking to increase their financial firepower.
Our services include advice on:
- Acquisition Finance
- Banking and debt funding
- Grant applications
- Loan and security documentation
- Pension funding
- Private finance for public infrastructure
- Project finance
- Public-private partnerships
- Real Estate and Development finance
- State aid
- Trading structures
For more advice on raising finance for your organisation, please get in touch.