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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Holohans opens second restaurant in Belfast

Belfast-based Holohans is set to open a second restaurant in Belfast following a £100,000 investment that will create 12 new jobs in year one.  The … Read More

NI Small Business Loan Fund reaches £2.5m mark

The £5m Northern Ireland Small Business Loan Fund (the Fund) has distributed £2.5m in loans in less than two years to businesses across Northern Ireland. … Read More

Sense of adventure brings expansion for Rostrevor firm

Rostrevor-based firm East Coast Adventure has received a boost to its business in the shape of a loan from the Northern Ireland Small Business Loan … Read More

Boost to business for Downpatrick Sauce Company

  Downpatrick-based Down Sauce Co Ltd. has received a boost to its business after securing a five figure loan from the Northern Ireland Small Business … Read More

10 New jobs as Linen Hill opens new outlet

  Linen Hill has received a £15,000 loan from the Northern Ireland Small Business Loan Fund (the Fund) which has enabled it to open a … Read More

Small Business Loan Fund a real success – Hamilton

Finance Minister Simon Hamilton MLA recently visited renewable energy business Coolsky Ltd in Newtownards, a local business supported by the NI Small Business Loan Fund. … Read More

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The NI Small Business Loan Fund LP ("NISBLF") is a limited partnership registered in Northern Ireland (No. NL75) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") to enter into regulated credit agreements as lender (FCA FRN 723971). NISBLF is operated by Ulster Community Investment plc ("UCI"), being a company incorporated in Northern Ireland (NI030229) which is authorised and regulated by the FCA for entering into regulated credit agreements on behalf of a lender and credit broking (FCA FRN 589719). The registered address of both NISBLF and UCI is 13-19 Linenhall Street, Belfast, BT2 8AA.