Aberdeen-based offshore equipment solutions specialist ATR Group continues to enjoy significant growth as a result of ongoing investment by the Bank.
One of the UK's largest millers completed the installation of a new flour mill at its site in Fife, after receiving £10m in funding from the Bank. The new mill is the first to be built in Scotland in 25 years.
Print and mailing company CFH acquired Slough-based Print For Business and has ambitious plans to buy other mailing companies, thanks to a £2m funding package from the Bank.
Funding to support the management buy-out of Douglas Gill International Ltd, the Nottingham based manufacturer of technical sailing clothing and accessories.
The Bank has connected international telecoms software provider, OpenCloud, with a £4.5 million funding package. The deal will help the company continue its extraordinary growth.
The bank provided £8.7m of senior debt and working capital facilities to support the re-finance of this Devon-based food manufacturer.
Polatis, a leader in all-optical switch technology, secured $4 million of debt financing from the Bank to support its continued global growth.
One of the UK's leading suppliers of specialist industrial safety equipment is set for expansion following a buy-in management buy-out deal supported by the Bank.
Clydesdale Bank sealed a partnership with Scotland's ground-breaking new home of live entertainment, the 12,000-seat Hydro at the SECC complex in Glasgow.
Touch Bionics, the Scottish producer of bionic hands, secured a £2.5 million funding package from the Bank to help it expand overseas. The funding package included working capital facilities and term loan facilities to support growth.
Ayrshire-based Maritime Craft Services (Clyde) Ltd has secured a €35m re-financing deal that makes Clydesdale Bank the company’s sole funder.
The management buyout of Swansea-based specialist care provider Tracscare Group was backed by a £16.75m funding package from Clydesdale Bank.
Enterprise Foods, a leading provider of supply chain management to the retail and food service sectors, has completed a management buyout following a funding package from Yorkshire Bank.
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Cardiff-based Vista Retail Support has completed a £12.3m management buyout with backing from Clydesdale Bank’s Acquisition Finance team, along with private equity house WestBridge Capital.
Cab Automotive Ltd invested in state-of-the-art equipment and bespoke tools with funding from the Bank.
Angstrom Engineering Ltd has secured a six-figure flexible facility to finance its business expansion.
Cameron-Price successfully completed a management buy-out after securing a multi-million pound finance package from the Bank.
The Bank’s commitment, coupled with a speedy response, enabled The Consultus International Group to acquire The Energy Brokers in a complex buyout.
Longstanding customer, Adventure Forest Limited, the leisure activites business, secured a significant funding package for the expansion of the firm’s Air Space indoor trampoline operation.
Building and construction business Aberdeen Concrete is laying the foundations for strong growth after securing a hire purchase funding package from Clydesdale Bank.
A solid relationship and fast turnaround on providing asset finance facilities means the Bank is first choice for continuing to help snack supplier, Mr Scratchings, to grow its fleet of delivery vans and keep its expansion plans firmly on track.
The UK’s leading independent green energy company, Gloucestershire-based Ecotricity, has successfully refinanced Alveston wind farm with support from Clydesdale Bank.
Cornwall based solar developer Solar Securities Ltd has successfully re-financed the operational Ashwater Solar Park with support from Clydesdale Bank.