PMD Business Finance, a Manchester-based national provider of asset finance, has lent more than £46m throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The firm has completed 632 successful deals during the pandemic, including 57 Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme loans, with £46.2m-worth of advances paid out.
Tom Brown, a company director, said: “Our primary mission is to help keep businesses moving forward and to be there, even in the toughest times.
“These have been hard times for us all, but we hope our statistics over the last four months show what our customers have managed to achieve throughout these turbulent times and that there is positivity.
“Things will get better and we will continue to support SMEs, however, they may need us. One size never fits all, and we know that the best way to support our customers and suppliers is to listen to their unique requirements and work with them to move their business forward.”
PMD was established in 2010 by Peter Dobson (pictured above)