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Corporate Finance

CFN calling upon Government to abandon Government Referral Scheme

Posted: 17th Jun 2019 by Clair Watmore Blog

The Corporate Finance Network is calling upon the Government to abandon their Government Referral Scheme after 95% of SME applications for loans were rejected, calling it “a harmful policy that generates so much cost and bureaucracy“. The Government Referral Scheme was launched after an announcement by the Chancellor in the 2016 Spring Budget.  It legally… Read more

Client Focus: Preparing to sell your business

Posted: 9th May 2019 by Clair Watmore Blog

For many owners, selling the business they have spent years building up can be emotionally difficult. Unless you have sold a business before, you will have no experience to draw on and won’t know what to expect. Hunter Gee Holroyd helped Alison and Anthony Bagshawe ensure their business was in great financial shape in order… Read more

Making a Difference Spring 2019

Posted: 9th May 2019 by Clair Watmore Blog

Find out how Hunter Gee Holroyd and HGH Wealth Management have been Making a Difference Spring 2019. What changes have been happening in the last 6 months that may affect your business or personal finances? What’s the latest news from the Hunter Gee Holroyd and HGH Wealth Management teams? Read on to find out! Introduction… Read more

Find the right funding for your business

Posted: 2nd May 2019 by Clair Watmore Blog

Hunter Gee Holroyd has partnered with Capitalise to make it easy for businesses to access funding. Capitalise created a platform where businesses can find, compare and select the right lender in less than 3 minutes.  Not only will you find lenders who specialise in your industry but you’ll also find lenders most likely to give… Read more

Growth Businesses Seeking Finance – 10 Top Tips

Posted: 29th Mar 2017 by Mark Grewer Blog
Growth Businesses Seeking Finance

Growth Businesses Seeking & Finance – Our Top 10 Business advice Tips Here at Hunter Gee Holroyd we offer professional business advice for our clients, from meeting accounting and tax obligations to setting up software and management information systems. What are the main areas for growth businesses to focus on when seeking finance? Small and… Read more

Making a Difference 2017

Posted: 10th Jan 2017 by Julia O'Connor Blog
Making a Difference 2017

Latest News Find out how Hunter Gee Holroyd have been Making a Difference in 2017… Inspirational story? Tick! Important Tax update? Tick! Independent financial advice for peace of mind? Tick! Feel good fundraising? Tick! Further information and dates to help your business to grow? Tick!   Making a Difference 2017 Catch up on the latest… Read more

Acquisition deal for office supplies business

Posted: 3rd Nov 2016 by Julia O'Connor HGH's News
Acquisition deal for office supplies business

Hunter Gee Holroyd advises on acquisition deal for office supplies business Hunter Gee Holroyd have advised a supplier of office and stationery supplies on an acquisition deal of a similar business in the North East. North Yorkshire based Chartered Accountants, Hunter Gee Holroyd were approached for advice by the office supplies business who were seeking to… Read more

Crowdfunding Seminar

Posted: 31st May 2016 by Julia O'Connor HGH's News

Where to go, when the Bank says “No”? Your Guide to Alternative Finance Options. You may have put a business plan together and excitedly approached your bank to secure the funds for your business growth, but the answer is “No”. Or perhaps you’ve heard about “crowdfunding” or “equity investment” and would like to learn more… Read more

Company Buy Back of Shares

Posted: 13th May 2016 by Paul Morris Blog
Company Buy Back of Shares

To Buy Back or Not to Buy Back? Are you considering a company buy back of shares? A company purchase of its own shares is a useful way of exiting shareholders from a company. However, with the rates of Dividend tax increasing, it is more important than ever to be aware of the pitfalls so… Read more

Exit Planning for your Business – a New Year’s resolution?

Posted: 14th Dec 2015 by Mark Grewer Blog
Exit planning - new year

Does a New Year make you consider exit planning your business? It’s a fact of life (and death) that eventually all of us will have to exit our business one day.  Either in an organised way…or not. So, whilst day to day we may be continually running on that hamster wheel with our heads down,… Read more