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SWIG Finance provides viable SMEs and start-ups with access to finance through dedicated business loan funds in the South West region.

We provide loans from £500 – £100,000 (up to £250,000 in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly).

From April 2009 to December 2018 we have invested nearly £25m in over 2,000 businesses, creating and safeguarding 2,800 jobs and contributing £65m to the South West economy.


SWIG Start Ups in the Bristol Post

TWO property experts from Weston-super-Mare have set up an online lettings and estate agency after leaving their firm and deciding to go it alone. Click-Let-Sell was launched last month by Samantha Higgins and Kerri Magor from offices in Rivergate in Temple Quarter....

Finance for Business Growth Clinic

SWIG Finance are joining together with Get Set for Growth to offer a business advice clinic to businesses looking to invest in their business growth. Taking place on June 16th at Pool Innovation Centre from 10am until 12 noon, the first of series of clinics offer 30...

SWIG is hiring – Full Time Administrator

SWIG  is looking for an Administrator to join the growing organisation as part of the Start Up Loan Team SWIG has been delivering the government-backed Start Up Loan across the whole of the South West since November 2012 supporting entrepreneurs with loan finance to...

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If you're an experienced business lender interested in a new challenge working for the southwest's only dedicated CDFI, we'd love to hear from you!

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