• Working Capital Index:
    A unique barometer of working capital pressures on British businesses

    Latest report: all businesses under historic high pressure

    The autumn edition of the Lloyds Bank Working Capital Index shows that the pressures on working capital, originally observed in the spring edition, are now being fully realised. Businesses are now voicing concerns over economic uncertainty, and customer demand with 33 per cent of businesses surveyed citing these as the biggest challenge to working capital over the next 12 months.

    The British economy is in a unique situation with many economists forecasting growth coming from international exports.

    Read the report

    To discuss how we can support your business in making more of its working capital, please speak to your relationship manager, email us at workingcapital@lloydsbanking.com or contact us

    What the latest Working Capital Index tells us

    Video: Llewelyn Mullooly explains the Index
    Our working capital director, Llewelyn Mullooly, gives an overview of the latest Index report’s findings; exploring what is driving this historic high in pressure and what this could mean for businesses.

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