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Business Financial Profile

    1. Business details

    Date commenced trading

    Date moved to present address

    If the company has been at the above address for less than 3 years, please detail your previous address below:

    Do you have any employees (including partners/directors)?

    Are the business premises:

    Expiry date of lease/rental

    Not Applicable

    2. Credit relationships

    3. Business/Organisation assets

    4. Ownership details

    Status DirectorShareholderBoth

    Status DirectorShareholderBoth

    Status DirectorShareholderBoth

    Status DirectorShareholderBoth

    5. Business/Organisation obligation(s)

    Is the business/organisation or the owner(s)/partner(s) a guarantor or have they any other obligations?


    Does the business/organisation owe any arrears of VAT/PAYE/National Insurance/Corporation tax?


    Is the business/organisation or the owner(s)/partner(s)/director(s) involved in any claim or lawsuit?


    Has the business/organisation or any owner(s)/partner(s)/director(s)/officer(s) ever been subject of
    formal insolvency proceedings e.g. bankruptcy, trust deed, liquidation etc?


    6. Other business interests

    If the business is a limited company, do any of the owners listed above or any of the directors
    without shareholdings have any other business interests?


    7. Credit reference and fraud prevention agencies

    Lenders may obtain information about you from credit reference agencies, fraud prevention agencies and Group records to check your credit status and identity. The agencies will record lenders enquiries which may be seen by other companies who make their own credit enquiries. Lenders may use credit scoring.

    Your information may be linked to, and your application assessed using credit reference agency records relating to anyone with whom you have a joint account or similar financial association.

    • • Lenders will check your details with fraud prevention agencies.

    • • If you provide false or inaccurate information and they suspect fraud, they will record this.

    • • Lenders and other organisations may use these records to:

      •   - Help make decisions about credit and credit related services for you and members of your household;

      •   - Help make decisions on motor, household, credit, life and other insurance proposals and insurance claims, for you and members of your household;

      •   - Trace debtors, recover debt, prevent fraud, and to manage your accounts or insurance policies;

      •   - Check your identity to prevent money laundering, unless you furnish them with satisfactory proof of identity.

    8. Political Exposure

    A Politically Exposed Person (PEP) is described as an individual who is entrusted with a prominent public function. This means heads of state, leaders of governments, ministers, members of parliament, senior figures in political parties, members of supreme courts or other high-level judicial bodies, those in senior positions at central banks, ambassadors or charges d'affaires, high-ranking officers in the armed forces and senior figures in state-owned enterprises or international organisations.

    Have any of the directors or shareholders ever been recognised as or associated to a Politically Exposed Person (PEP)?

    9. Declaration and signature(s)

    I/We confirm the information given is true to the best of our information, knowledge and belief





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