The first recorded reference to insurance dates from c.1760BC in the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi. The giant stele, which now resides in The Louvre, Paris, details a collection of 282 personal and commercial lawsRead More
Lady Godiva – The First to avoid Tax?
It was Benjamin Franklin who wrote in a 1789 letter “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”…Read More
Finance that grows with you.
England is leading the table in one area, even if it’s not the football.Read More
This was the beginning of Gaming.
The forerunner of modern 5-reel slot machines was developed by Sittman and Pitt in 1891 in Brooklyn, New York.Read More
The Ultimate Easter Egg?
Did you know? The World’s most expensive egg is The Third Imperial Egg created by the famous Peter Carl Faberge in 1887.Read More
Book keeping 5000 years ago
Records for keeping track of goods and services rendered have been in existence for over 5000 years.Read More
LEO – The first business computer
Did you know? The LEO I (Lyons Electronic Office I) was the first computer used for commercial business applications.Read More
FCA Authorised & Regulated
We are delighted to confirm we are now authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
We are now able to assist our customers with regulated agreements.Read More
Ferraris, Fit Outs and Finance Clinics
Claratus Commercial Finance has completed its first six months of trading! Although incorporated in November we officially launched in February 2015.
We set up with the aim of simplifying the world of business finance and…Read More
Commissioner to target late payments
BBC: Small business commissioner to target late payments The BBC recently posted an article – ‘Small business commissioner to target late payments‘ which many of you may have seen. Managing working capital is important for all businesses and particularly so for SMEs. The potential game-changing nature to small firms of winning […]Read More