Remarkably Simple

“It was remarkably simple and easy to arrange. I received the funds within seven days of first contacting Ignition.”

Ross Trevethan
RZT in Camborne on refinancing two tractors and a JCB wheel digger

Ignition is a leading provider of vehicle & asset finance, helping finance a diverse range of plant, machinery, business equipment, motor, light & heavy commercial vehicles & renewable energy. We offer expert advice and a quick turnaround, with credit decisions often being reached within the day.

Our team of professionals will go to great lengths to understand your unique business needs, so they can provide the best solution for you.

Since 2005 we have helped arrange over £450 million for businesses new & established, large & small all over the UK.

Our finance solutions are provided either through our own funds, or via joint trading relationships with a panel of major finance houses. Take that next step towards a business-critical purchase, by contacting Ignition Credit today.

Latest News

Ignition Makes Sharpe New Appointment
Truro-based Ignition, a leading provider of vehicle and asset finance for UK SMEs, is welcoming John Sharpe as a new Business Development Manager, to help strengthen its reach across the South West. Ignition offers finance for a wide range of assets from plant and machinery to vehicles and business equipment.
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Autumn Newsletter 2019
Our Autumn newsletter brings together the latest news and views from the team here at Ignition. Click here.
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New Appointments at Ignition
Truro-based Ignition, a leading provider of vehicle and asset finance for UK SMEs, is welcoming four new members to its growing team. The company, which offers finance for a wide range of assets from plant and machinery to vehicles and business equipment, has been featured as one of the region’s
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Ignition Sign Up to SME Finance Charter
At Ignition Credit, we are pleased to announce we have signed up to the SME Finance Charter. Industry-leading asset finance companies have agreed to support a new SME Finance Charter between the industry, business organisations, and the government. The reason for this? To ensure that the SME finance market continues
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