CFS Bridge Finance – Bridging the Gap with Commercial Lending

Tuesday 12 November 2019, 8:01PM
By Beckie Wright

Crown Financial Services (CFS) is bridging the gap between businesses and opportunities for growth by providing companies with a convenient commercial lending process. Commercial lending enables business entities to obtain a finance stream that enables them to fund their operational expenditures or pay for capital equipment. 

CFS, a well-known and trusted financial institution established Bridging Finance NZ in 2017. The company aims to help businesses grow further with quality business solutions in the form of commercial loan offerings. Their goal is to provide bespoke short-term financial solutions to businesses where traditional lending is lacking. 

Bridging Finance NZ works with business entities who are seeking short-term and fast turn-around loans. These clients are more likely to be property developers and precious metals traders who encounter market instabilities. CFS provides an efficient way to alleviate these businesses of credit constraints and allow them the opportunity to yield profit from their projects and CFS comes in to make all possible. 

To set an example, an individual who invests in a property and turn it into a rental property may not have the funds he or she needs to cover maintenance expenses. Given they had just started and no rent has been collected yet. CFS comes in to provide these individuals with the capital they need to cover the expenses as they first seek out tenants.

This is how the company closes the gap. CFS or Bridging Finance NZ pride themselves with being able to offer both traditional and innovative solutions for the mid-market and give them the support they need to achieve lucrative endeavors that produce high-value outcomes. 

With their team of investment bankers, CFS positions itself as a key player in the business playing field. In addition to commercial lending, the company’s services include capital structure analysis, balance sheet restructuring, raising debt, business and financial analysis, and financial modelling. 

To learn more, visit the CFS Bridge Finance website at