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The Cheval Group of Companies is the only specialist provider of short term bridging finance to have an on line KFI System. Go to our website and click on the KFI icon.

Easy to use, you can

  • create,
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  • amend
  • save

KFIs within a matter of minutes.

Please call us on 020 8385 3924 to register and remember to have your FSA authorisation number to hand!

If you have any questions about a new case you can call our New Business number on 0208 385 3922 or fax us on 0208 385 336 or email us at sales@cheval.co.uk

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