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Alan Hunt; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY.

Asset finance company Capex Finance is expanding into new premises in St Paul's Square, Birmingham.

It brokered pounds 18 million worth of business in 2006, double the previous year. Its new pounds 1 million offices are in Church Court, Cox Street. Established in 1999 by three directors, Alan Hunt, Julian Percival and Warren Badger, the company is expected to double its team in the next two years from nine to 18. Brokering deals from pounds 1,000 to pounds 2 million, Capex says it has assisted thousands of companies gain finance on items as small as phone systems to a new vehicle fleet.

It offers everything from hire purchase to commercial mortgages, invoice finance and finance related insurance products.

Mr Hunt said: "We work with companies to achieve the most innovative solutions to take their business forward."

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Capex directors Julian Percival, Warren Badger and Alan Hunt in St Paul's Square, the location of Capex Finance's new offices
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Date:Jul 12, 2007
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