Optimise your cash flow by comparing financing options from specialist import and export lenders.


Change your business.
With online business funding.

Whether you need additional funds for purchase orders or extra working capital to keep on top of your daily business outgoings, Capitalise can help you to find a finance partner with extensive experience lending within the import and export sector.

Increasing your cash flow could help you to negotiate better deals with suppliers as well as offering more competitive payment terms to your customers.

By giving you access to more than 70 lenders through one comparison platform, you'll be able to quickly find the perfect finance option to help your business grow.


200+ lenders in the market.
Find your match.

Capitalise.com is a proud partner of Exporting Is Great, the government led scheme aiming to encourage 100,000 UK businesses to export their goods and services by 2020.

Exporting Is Great lists thousands of live business opportunities currently available around the world. At Capitalise, we can help you to fund these projects by bridging the cash flow gap between export and final payment.

Sourcing these funds through mainstream lenders can be frustrating, particularly if you're made to wait weeks for a decision when your business needs are more immediate.

Apply in minutes using our online comparison platform and find a trusted lender whose valuable experience can help you to access a convenient, cost effective funding option for your business.

what do we offer

Our specialist lenders can help you to access a huge range of borrowing options designed with the import and export of goods in mind.

Whether you need to increase goods production to satisfy a bigger order or need to limit the impact of reduced cash flow until invoices are paid, Capitalise can match your application with lenders who are most likely to offer favourable terms.  

  • Your essential business infrastructure, including production machinery and transport, will eventually need to be scaled upwards as your customer base grows, but sometimes finance isn't immediately available. Asset finance secures funding against assets purchased and is usually taken out over the economic life of the equipment.

  • Waiting for invoices to be paid, particularly from international clients, can put a strain on both your cash flow and resources as you try to chase late payments. Invoice finance aims to remove this stress by advancing you a percentage of these outstanding invoices whilst offering a credit control facility as part of the package.

  • Wholesale distributors often need upfront capital to make bulk purchases from suppliers before being able to sell these units on to their own customers. Trade finance is a great way to to pay your suppliers with the money lent based on finished goods and existing purchase orders.

  • Working capital finance can help you to cover the day to day running costs of your business. From the shipment of freight on existing orders to staff wages and premises rental, this finance option is flexible and will help you to successfully fill any cash flow gaps.

how it works
Take a look at the explainer video below to understand more about how it all works: