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Vector Professions Finance

21 April 2021
Vector Professions Finance is a well-established company whose principal activity is the provision of Aged Debt Funding Services to the Bar.

Barristers have used our ever popular facility over the last two decades for: tax bill funding, overdraft reduction/clearance, chambers expenses, debt consolidation, junior to silk transition, pension top-ups, to improve cash flow whilst awaiting payments, school fees/university funding and Covid-19 contingency planning.

Vector offers a fast track online application with minimal information required. Apply online at: www.ageddebtfunding.co.uk or telephone Philip Bristow on 0845 500 1666.

All unsecured loan applicants must be home owners.

Please note that Vector Professions Finance does not offer tax or financial advice – please check with your Accountant/IFA.

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