By Dave Fishwick
The worldwide economic climate is in concern, bankers are in disrepute and Britain is close to a double-dip recession. Now one guy, uninterested with unending stories of greed and corruption, units out to turn out that there's a various means of doing issues - by means of commencing his personal financial institution to aid inject much-needed lifestyles into neighborhood businesses.
Dave Fishwick is a self-made, straight-talking guy from Burnley who hates the banks. released to tie in with a Channel four sequence of an identical identify, this can be the tale of his try and arrange an easy, no-nonsense financial institution that really cares approximately its buyers. Dave plans to place thousands of kilos of his personal cash into the company; he'll supply his buyers a more robust interest rate than they get at the excessive highway; he'll lend to suffering neighborhood companies that the banks don't need to know approximately; and he goals to convey the financial institution of Dave into revenue inside of one hundred eighty days. If he succeeds, he'll provide no matter what he makes to charity. If he fails, he'll make a negative loss and break his well-deserved attractiveness as a profitable businessman.
Can one guy relatively tackle the banking giants and make a true distinction to neighborhood companies and his group? Dave Fishwick definitely hopes so.
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