Client Referral Terms and Conditions

  • Aldermore are offering £1,000 for each referral that an existing client makes to it of a prospective client (and which has consented to being contacted by Aldermore) which results in the prospect entering into an invoice finance facility with Aldermore.
  • For a referral to qualify for payment, it must be of a prospective client (not previously introduced or referred to Aldermore) with a minimum annual turnover of £250,000, and the prospect must enter into an invoice finance facility agreement with Aldermore within 3 months of the referral being made.
  • It will be entirely up to Aldermore to decide whether or not to enter into an invoice finance agreement with the prospective client (which will be subject to its checks, credit approvals and satisfactory terms) and what steps, if any, should be taken towards approaching the prospective client.
  • Referral payments will only be made to the client’s usual business account.
  • Aldermore reserve the right to withdraw this referral scheme, or vary its terms, at any time.
  • Aldermore reserves the right to refuse to award the £1,000 to anyone in breach of these terms and conditions. Aldermore reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any referral that corrupts or affects the administration, security, fairness, integrity or proper conduct of the referral scheme.
  • Aldermore accepts no responsibility for referrals not successfully completed (including, without limitation, for technical reasons).
  • Aldermore’s determination of any matters relating to the referral will be at its absolute discretion and final.
  • Aldermore does not grant any authority to give existing clients to hold themselves out as being authorised to bind or represent Aldermore in any way.
  • Any dispute relating to this promotion shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law, and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.

Subject to status. Security may be required. Any property or asset used as security may be at risk if you do not repay any debt secured on it.