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Protect your business

We'll help you identify, quantify and manage financial risks in your business in three simple steps.

Step 1: Identify

Your Financial Risk Manager will review your:

  • balance sheet
  • income statement
  • cash flow, and
  • future business plans.

Where there is risk

  • •   International trade
    The risk of not getting paid or receiving goods and services, and changes in currency  exchange rates are some of the risks we can help protect your business against.
  • •   Changes in interest rates
    Changes in interest rates can increase your borrowing costs and affect your cash flow, profit margin and ability to repay and borrow in the future.
  • •   Return on savings
    Budgeting to understand your cash flow could help identify additional sources of revenue, like returns on your savings.

Step 2: Quantify

We can help you measure how:

  • Moving markets may affect your business, by analysing the latest market information and incorporating Lloyds Bank market forecasts.
  • Translating risk into a cash value can show the impact on your cash flow and profitability.
  • Defining financial tolerance to risk can help assess the impact on your business.

Step 3: Manage

Once we’ve helped you identify and measure your exposure to risk, we’ll:

  • Look at how you manage risk
    Highlight any gaps between risk management and risk exposure.
  • Discuss a range of solutions
     Help you choose the right solution for your business.
  • Deliver a risk management strategy
     You’ll get ongoing proactive support from our team of Financial Risk Managers.

Contact us

If you'd like to speak to a Financial Risk Manager to find out more about how we can help, call us on

0345 8774 451

We are available from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday, except Public Holidays.

Alternatively, please email us.