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

Covid-19 Update, 1 April
A lot has changed since I wrote to you around a week ago. These are unprecedented times, creating challenges for us all.  So, it feels important that I should keep you updated on what we are doing to support our customers and our staff. We have been inundated with requests
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Help us to help you
We, like you, are a small to medium size business and as such understand the increasing problems and pressures that Covid 19 is putting on your business. We also appreciate that not every business is the same and that we will all face different issues over the coming weeks. Some
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Covid-19 Update, 18 March
Following the latest guidance regarding COVID-19 we now need to work differently. This means that the majority of the team at Ignition will be home working and we will be operating the office on much reduced staff. Your normal contacts will be available on their usual email address and telephone
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Spring Budget Review
With UK businesses facing huge uncertainty over the nationwide disruption that is likely be caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget outlined a number of measures to help support SMEs. These include business rates relief for retail, leisure and hospitality firms, which are likely to be hit hard
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