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Banking blog: Three charities and their experience of loan finance

29 Jul 2015 | Carolyn Sims
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Carolyn Sims, head of banking at Charity Bank, shares useful case studies of charities that have taken out loans to help achieve their missions.


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Banking blog: Three charities and their experience of loan finance

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