How It Works
If your current provider is not listed, there are now lenders that will offer the BBLS without using them for your main bank account.
View our list of accredited Bounce Back Loan lenders.
If you have a bank account with a lender listed then you should apply through them.
The BBLS appliaction process has been simplfied and will only require a short form be complete.
You can expect funds within a few days. In some instances, the lender may ask you for additional information.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Please click on the below link to see a full table of the current Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) providers.
You will need to have a bank account open with one of these lenders in order to request your loan.
If you do not bank with any of these lenders then you need to wait until a new lender joins the scheme with the capability to lend to new customers.
Please "register" your interest in a BBL with us and when a new lender launches which is suitable we will let you know via email.
The loans are interest-free for the first 12 months, and no repayments are due within this period.
The rate of interest is fixed at 2.5% p.a (£50,000 @ 2.5% p.a over 5 years is £887.37 p.m)
BBLS loans are 100% backed by the government, whereas the CBILS loans are 80% government-backed.
There is no arrangement fees or early repayment charges.
No personal guarantee
The maximum term of the loan is six years.
Based in the UK.
Open to sole traders, partnerships, and LTD Co.
Affected by Coronavirus (open to interpretation).
Trading as of 1 March 2020.
Were not classed as “undertaking in difficulty” at anytime since 31 December 2019 - you may face questions if you knowingly took on debt when it was obvious the business had no ability to repay.
No credit checks
You cannot apply to both the CBILS and the Bounce Back Loan Scheme.
However, if your company has received a CBILS loan of up to £50,000 this might be able to be converted into a Bounce Back loan. You can apply to do this with your lender until 4 November 2020.
Similarly, if you receive a Bounce Back Loan you may be able to apply to convert it to a CBILS loan if you require more aid, though this has still to be clarified.
We have created a cashflow forecast spreadsheet that will allow you to enter your current bank balance and monthly expenses, which you can use to calculate if you have enough funds to see you through this period of disruption.
You can find the Coronavirus Cash Flow Forecast document here.