Whether you have a well-established business or you have set up a new one; whether your business is large medium or small, Empire can help you find the right banking package for you. The varying costs and the possible savings surprise many people and can even make the difference between profit and loss. Our team have been on the other side and we know what deals are available and how to get them. This is a one off exercise that can continue to save you money for many years into the future!
If your bank doesn’t offer you the items listed below then we may be able to help you find one that does. Don’t worry if you have an overdraft or loans as most banks are quite happy to take these on as part of the deal.
Your Bank Manager should strive to provide you with the best service for your business (there are some excellent managers out there and if yours is performing then we will tell you – it’s always good to know. It’s not just about charges and rates. Your Business Manager should be working proactively to anticipate key issues that affect you; identifying useful potential opportunities; offering professional advice and possibly making introductions that may benefit those involved. Your Business Bank Manager will also provide you with help and advice that’s local to your area. If none of this is happening you may be losing out.
Your Business Bank Manager is your gateway to the rest of the bank and its specialist businesses – make sure that he earns his salary. If we think we can help you get a better service we will tell you what, why & how. Then it is up to you – you choose!
Small Haulage Firm
Rob Styles Merseyside
This self-employed driver worked for one haulage company and had achieved a turnover of £160k pa. Rob worked during the day in his
Electrical & Mechanical Contractors
Steven Buckley S&S Electrical
This Electrical Contractor was established to undertake contracts for large end users and main contractors.
ELS Printing services. Manchester.
Difficulties were encountered when the directors moved into publishing; with further losses materialising through