Thursday June 4, 2020

A true credit to small businesses

The Credit Review Office offers valuable support to small and early-stage businesses dependent on cashflow. Elaine O'Regan meets its head, John Trethowan.

4th March, 2012
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John Trethowan of the Credit Review Office: 'Start-ups are the most vulnerable class of business'. Photo: Tony O'Shea

You begged and borrowed money to get your business started, but now that you're up and running, a shortfall in bank credit is threatening to upend your best-laid plans. So, what do you do?

The establishment of The Credit Review Office means that you need no longer take your bank's refusal to lend you money as the final word on the matter.

If you believe you have a viable case - and you are willing...

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