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131 Introduction

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2: LONG-TERM FINANCE

131 Introduction

There are traditionally two sources of long-term finance for a new business: share or loan capital from the proprietors themselves, their family and friends; and long-term loan finance, typically by means of a fixed-term bank loan secured on the assets of the company. These are now considered in turn.

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