Martin Cattach: Business Working Capital Specialist
Business Working Capital Specialist
Finance for Business
Martin has had a rewarding Corporate career working in the key growth markets of Financial Services, Investment Banking, Information Technology and Market Research.
For the past 10 years, Martin has worked exclusively in the small business finance area and developed the methodology of Better Business Banking to enable small business to access innovative, flexible and lower-cost methods to fund business growth.
Martin is a director of Finance for Business and his mission is to provide small business with the Working Capital and the Cashflow they need to enable them to grow and prosper in today’s tough business environment by providing an alternative to borrowing from the Big Banks as well as delivering advice and insights the business needs to grow.
Areas of Expertise
Finance for Business is all about working with SME Business Owners and achieving right outcomes at the right time with finance product that produce results that:
• Increase cash flow, and
• Ultimately increase your profitability
• Help you grow your business
From defining your business needs and sourcing the right products to putting together a financial solution that will help you grow your business. We take away the stress and hassle of financing your business.
FFB helps your business with financial products and services that match the fast pace and changing landscape of modern business. We have the expertise to meet your needs and requirements. We work with you throughout the entire process, from finding the right product to approved and settlement. Delivering to your business a package tailored specifically for the needs of your business. Not one that meets the needs of your bank.
What clients say
In the Blog
Better Business for Good TVEpisode 4: Show me the money!In Episode 4 of Better Business for Good TV, host Brenda Thomson talks money with Dheeraj Sachdev from Firstclass Accounts Parkdale, Martin Cattach from Finance for Business and Andrew Poulter from IRT advisory. ...