DF Capital launches DF Choice

DF Capital, the newly authorised specialist commercial lending and personal savings bank, today announced that it is launching DF Choice, a new unit stocking feature which gives dealers product flexibility to suit their cashflow needs.

Customers will be able to control their funding requirements by creating a specific schedule for every individual asset funded by DF Capital – on a unit-by-unit basis.  They can choose whether to keep their standard terms or select different options to alter their costs, advance or capital repayments, dependent on that specific unit.  This ensures that it reflects the seasonality of their business, market demand for that unit, and their own cashflow or profitability needs.

Distribution Finance Capital Holdings plc (LON:DFCH) is UK specialist commercial lending and personal savings bank. From straightforward savings to practical finance solutions, our aim is to help customers manage and grow their business or savings. Founded as a specialist commercial lender in 2016, DF Capital was authorised as a bank in September 2020.

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