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Sunny scattered showers

There are many positives in the outlook for 2016, but it is not unbridled confidence. Cautious optimism looks to be the flavour of 2016, says Jackie Bowie

Full speed ahead

The value of asset-based lending (ABL) has been increasing at a steady 8% to 10% per annum over the past few years, hitting £140.6bn in the first six months of 2014, according to the Asset Based Finance Association (ABFA).

Little black book

With banks retreating from providing long-dated finance, there is an opportunity for other funding sources. Chris Lowe gives his opinion about a shifting market.

One for all

Backing an MBO involving more than 300 shareholders is a pretty daunting task. Matthew Robinson of ICG explains how innovation and resilience ultimately brought success.

Alternative Finance

Specialist marine and aviation underwriter Beazley turned to the LSE's order book for retail bonds (ORB) to raise funding. Jason Sinclair explores an increasingly popular alternative to bank finance.

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Companies have faced challenging refinancing markets in 2012. Nevertheless, Fenton Burgin, debt advisory partner at Deloitte, says strong management and international prospects make refinancing possible, as in the case of LGC.