Finance Brokers

As a team we have more than 80 years of experience in working with owner-managed businesses, helping them raise finance through various channels.
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Why Kroll?

Our team has a deep understanding of the Irish banking and asset-based lending sector. We work with over 30 Irish and European funding partners and will ensure that you are introduced to the most appropriate funder for your business, taking into account the level of funding you require, the sector in which you operate and the cost.

During our initial consultation, we will ask you some general questions about your business and discuss with you the best options available to you in the marketplace. As part of our discussions with you, we will consider the options available in relation to receivables, property, plant and machinery and stock as part of any proposed solution. We will then provide you with a list of 2 or 3 lenders that are best suited to your business needs.

The referral service that we provide is completely confidential and occasionally commissions are paid to us by the lender. The service that we provide is 100% free to you, the customer.

The team can facilitate introductions into finance companies and lenders that provide the following types of funding:

  • Factoring
  • Invoice finance
  • Asset-based lending
  • Asset finance
  • Property finance
  • Short-term finance (bridging)
  • Equity raising
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Corporate Restructuring

At Kroll, we are committed to turning ailing businesses around.

Business Advisory

Kroll's Business Advisory team aims to help directors, lenders and stakeholders maximize value by providing hands-on practical turnaround guidance and support.

Debt Advisory

Kroll Debt Advisory works in partnership with corporate clients and their stakeholders to ensure the most effective and appropriate funding solutions are in place. We aim to become the 'trusted advisor' to clients and lenders alike.


Examinerships are a key option for businesses that are under pressure due to their overall liabilities, whether to banks, the Revenue Commissioners or general creditors. They allow the company to explore all possibilities for survival.

Schemes of Arrangement

In an ideal scenario, businesses can reorganize themselves through voluntary agreements and re-negotiations with creditors. When this is not possible, schemes of arrangements can be used as an independent process to maintain business and continue trading.

Insolvency Services

At Kroll, we believe relationships are an extremely important element in achieving a successful outcome to a receivership. We respond to our clients’ organizational style and we understand the commercial challenges that they face.