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    An investment firm has been declined a bounce back loan despite not being a bank, building society or insurance company – the bank has classified them as a Relevant Financial Institution and cited as their reason for declining the loan (specifically Article 14).
    I’m curious to find out from other members if this is a bank being over zealous or does this apply to a range of banks therefore meaning that loans, overdrafts, etc can’t be granted to a potentially significant number of our client firms?




    From reading most of the contents of your link, Statutory Instrument 2014 2080, I would say that an investment firm is a Relevant Financial Institution as defined in 2 (2) b.
    However the Bounce Bank Loan Scheme appears to only exclude banks, insurers and reinsurers.
    Perhaps, an application can be made to a different lender?


    Thanks Martin – they have done just that

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