SUPPORT DURING UNPRECEDENTED TIMES
Greensill is an accredited lender in the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS), which provides finance to mid-sized and larger UK businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak. For more information, visit our dedicated CLBILS page.
Greensill is also an accredited lender in the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) which is is designed to support the continued provision of finance to UK smaller businesses (SMEs) during the Covid-19 outbreak. For more information, visit our dedicated CBILS page.
The world faces a daunting economic challenge: Keeping businesses in business until the COVID-19 pandemic has ended.
To accomplish this, all businesses need access to cash that is fast, efficient and cost effective, allowing them to pay their employees, pay their suppliers, and emerge from the crisis as viable as they were when it began. When this is all over, the world needs to get back to work.
If we do not act now, then the number of failed businesses and unemployed will track the coronavirus infection curve, in a spike of economic failure that may take years to overcome.
Greensill can navigate that uncertainty with our unique approach to working capital finance, helping businesses stay in business under even the most extreme circumstances.
Greensill and Our Clients
Greensill moved quickly to make our innovative technology available to frontline health workers as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold.
Nurses, cleaners, porters and other vital UK hospital staff were used to waiting weeks to be paid for the work they do — but with Earnd, Greensill’s groundbreaking instant pay app, the wait is finally over. Frontline NHS workers can now access the pay they earn every day, as soon as their shift is over, and with no fees or charges. Greensill is proud to make finance fairer for these essential workers.
We also enable smaller companies to access vital credit at ultra-low rates. Greensill’s role in the global economy has never been more essential than it is now.