• Identifying the pressures on working capital

    The new Lloyds Bank Working Capital Index reveals that British businesses are sitting on £498bn of cash which could be used to help them grow.

    The Working Capital Index is a unique barometer that highlights the main drivers, pressures and challenges on working capital in Britain. It provides you with insight to help unlock more value for your business.

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    What the latest Working Capital Index tells us

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    Having the financial flexibility and know-how to exploit new opportunities means taking a long-term, holistic view of working capital. Download the report now and take your next steps towards an action plan for growth.

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    Regional views

    We have produced a snapshot of the pressures on working capital for the following areas:

    Shifting gears: 3 ways to improve your cash conversion cycle

    Martin Flint, Director of Working Capital at Lloyds Banking Group, looks at practical ways companies could make a difference to the way they manage working capital.

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    How can we help you manage the complexities of working capital?

    With mixed economic signals for the coming year and new regulation in the UK, what are you doing to optimise your business?

    Speak to your Lloyds Bank relationship manager to organise a deep dive into your working capital processes to reveal the hidden opportunities.

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