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Homebase Completes Refinancing with Wells Fargo; London, 26 November 2018

Homebase, one of the UK’s leading home improvement and garden retailers, is pleased to confirm it has secured an asset-based lending facility of up to £95 million with Wells Fargo Capital Finance, part of Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC). “We are really pleased to have secured lending facilities from Wells Fargo as Homebase achieves Read More…

Business Matters: Utilising an ABL financing solution
– “As appeared in the Insider Media Insider” – July 31, 2018

Over the last decade, the ABL sector has shifted from the side-lines of traditional financing to the mainstream. In the North West, a prime example of an organisation that has benefited from this type of secured lending has been First Milk, a British farmer-owned dairy co-operative.

For UK dairy farmers, ‘cooperation’ is a key ingredient

With four creameries and more than 1,000 dairy farms, First Milk — the U.K.’s only 100 percent farmer-owned co-op — is proving there’s strength in numbers. What does it mean to be part of a cooperative, or ‘co-op’? In the U.S., several national hardware store brands function as co-ops, allowing store owners to operate independently Read More…