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Sep 20, 2022 13:53 AEST

Many Australian small businesses looking to grow still find it challenging to access finance — and Liberty is keen to break down the barriers.

Small businesses play a critical role in the Australian economy, employing nearly five million Australians and providing a key source of innovation and competition. 

Many small businesses rely on external financing to manage cash flow, invest in new equipment and expand operations. Yet barriers remain for those seeking business loans.

Slow lending speeds and time-consuming paperwork can act as major roadblocks for businesses seeking to capitalise on growth opportunities.

For non-bank lender Liberty,…

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