We’re quick, competitive and accessible making it easy to get finance to fund your business
We control the credit decisions so we can deliver quick approval on your application if all credit criteria are met. Our secure online documentation platform means that we can have documents to you ready for your digital signature no matter where you are.
Our competitive pricing combined with our ability to tailor a solution delivers value across all of our products.
Convenience is essential and our innovative operating platform makes life easy for our Debtor finance customers to upload a ledger to quickly and easily access finance. For other solutions we provide customers with an automated online approval, vendor quote tools and other resources to help your business grow.
Our in-house decision makers are always available to assess and evaluate every opportunity to help structure a smart solution for you.
Vehicle Finance is designed for all types of business transport. This includes cars used for business purposes, vans, trucks and more specialist vehicles such as earth moving equipment or agricultural machinery.
Which businesses can Classic Funding Group help?
CML Group acquires Classic Funding Group
CML Group Limited is pleased to confirm that it has completed the purchase of Classic Funding Group. This was announced today (November 4th) on the ASX.
Debtor Finance Trick or Treat
On Halloween night, while the streets may be full of scary clowns, what's frightening are the hidden costs and stifling product features of many debtor finance offers in the market.
Outlook for Commercial Cleaning Services
As one of Australia's largest industries in terms of number of businesses, recent revenue performance has been strong meeting growing demand. We examine the outlook for firms providing cleaning for specialised commercial and industrial buildings together with general offices, factories and homes.
Insights into the household appliance wholesale market
This is a sector that has experienced a challenging last five years. With the rise of e-commerce consumers have put pressure on retailers, which has had implications across the supply chain. Is the future expected to be any brighter for the 700+ wholesale businesses across Australia?