Capital raising

ECP assesses hundreds of companies each year to assist with funding and identify the most efficient capital-raising method for each individual company. We work with industry experts and are supported by a team of in-house qualified accountants, which allows us to run full due diligence and identify projects with high potential.

We endeavour to put together a seamless and timely commercial finance package, with an emphasis on attention to detail and a client-centred approach. We know the commercial finance market inside and out, including where to find the best deals for each and every business we work with, as well as how to present your business as the most attractive new lending proposition. We help ambitious and hardworking business owners throughout the UK obtain commercial business and property finance.

Commercial borrowing:

  • Occupier mortgages
  • Portfolio borrowing
  • Investment mortgages
  • Impaired credit

Bridging finance:

  • Standard purchase
  • Auction finance
  • Buy to let

Development finance:

  • Land purchase
  • Permitted development finance
  • Development mortgage

We also specialise in more bespoke options including:

We help companies raise capital through the Government Tier 1 entrepreneur visa scheme. Simply put we identify HNW non EU nationals who are looking to gain citizenship in the UK by investing in an active and trading UK company. The minimum investment is £200k and it is our responsibility to match up suitable investors with appropriate companies.

An EIS offers tax relief to investors of small unquoted companies carrying on a qualifying trade in the UK in order to encourage investment into small businesses. The maximum amount of capital that a small business can raise through an EIS investment is £1 million. This makes an EIS ideal for small companies looking to grow rapidly. ECP works in conjunction with a professional team of advisers, who recommend EIS products to the adviser firms.

Introduced in 2011, the SEIS is designed to help small businesses raise capital by offering tax relief to individual investors who purchase new shares in those companies. The maximum sum that a growing business could raise through the SEIS is £150,000. The SEIS is intended to recognise the particular difficulties that very early stage companies face in attracting investment, by offering tax relief at a higher rate than an EIS.

We are in the process of launching our own SEIS and EIS fund.

If you would like to discuss the details of this, please do not hesitate to contact Robert Stamp on 01243 432430.

Contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation on 01243 432 430 or email us on