Our Team

Richard Appleby, Managing Director, BizLoans4U

Managing director Richard has over 16 years’ experience in commercial finance. He began his career at Bibby Financial Services, working in credit control and sales, before moving to invoice finance specialist Factoring Finance in 2002. Richard remains a co-director at Factoring Finance and is sales director at Corporate Credit Debt Recovery, the credit control and debt collection business he co-founded in 2009. In addition, Richard is a director of specialist recruitment agency Factoring Finance Recruitment.

Alan Thompson, Managing Director, BizLoans4U

Alan is an experienced commercial credit professional, with more than 25 years in the industry. He spent seven years at Bibby Financial Services as a client relationship manager in invoice discounting, before becoming client services manager for debt collection company CBC International in 2002. In 2007 he left CBC to co-found Corporate Credit Recovery, where he remains managing director. Alan co-founded BizLoans4U in 2016 with Dick Appleby and Richard Appleby.

Dick Appleby, Director

Dick Appleby has a wealth of experience in commercial finance, with over 30 years as an invoice finance and factoring broker. He was instrumental in setting up the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) and setting a code of conduct for brokers. Founder and managing director of Factoring Finance, he also co-founded Corporate Credit Debt Recovery and Factoring Finance Recruitment before setting up BizLoans4U in 2016.

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