Step 1: Communication - talk to us
Early contact is vital to ensure the range of financing options remains widest. It is important to commence discussions as soon as possible so that we can explore appropriate solutions suitable to your business.
Step 2: Financial Information - Understanding your finances
The type of financial information required by the Bank to make an assessment for an arrangement will typically include the following:
1. Financial Information/Projections
- Latest Audited/Certified Accounts as appropriate
- Income & Expenditure Statement/Trading Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet
- Up to date management accounts and cashflow statements to reflect the current trading period
- Up to date aged list of debtors/creditors
- Financial and cashflow projections and underlying assumptions (including any evidence of agreed orders/contracts).
2. Details of current tax position (Tax Certificate where appropriate)
3. Up to date Asset/Liability profile of the business and owners/promoters.
4. If required, details of your security position.
Why Allied Irish Bank (GB) needs this information
This information enables us to gain a real insight into how your company:
1) has performed in the past,
2) is performing currently,
3) is likely to perform in the future.
Short-term cashflow projections are of particular importance in the current environment.
This will allow us to understand your current tax situation and any arrangements that may be in place with HMRC.
It also allows us to assess the overall financial position of the company and its business owners/promoters including other financial commitments.
You may have provided security across a number of facilities that is relevant to the assessment of your situation.
Step 3: Assessment - assessing your financial situation
The information you provide will be used to assess your situation and explore various options that best meet the needs of both your business and the Bank. The assessment will take your full circumstances into account.
Throughout the assessment process, we will continue to work constructively with you to develop a long term solution.
Step 4: Resolution
Once a decision has been agreed with you, we will write to you outlining all, or any, revised terms and applicable fees and charges, which are available to download below.
Talk to us
Simply call +44 (0)345 600 5204† or visit your nearest Business Centre. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have about applying for a Business Loan with Allied Irish Bank (GB).
† Lines open: 9am to 5pm Monday - Friday (except on bank holidays). Calls may be recorded. Call charges may vary - refer to your service provider.
Help and Guidance
For all service related queries please visit our Help Centre.
Availability of credit depends upon our assessment of your financial position. We encourage you to take independent legal advice to ensure that you understand your commitment and the possible consequences of your decision.
Please note that security and insurance may be required.
HMRC (HM Revenue & Customs)
HMRC is responsible for the collection of taxes and duties in the UK.
Fees and Charges