The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) is a Government backed scheme that can help small businesses in the UK get access to loans to help manage disruption caused by Covid 19. Comera Professional can help small businesses apply for this support, in partnership with Crest Finance. To make an enquiry, just submit the form at the bottom of the page.


To be eligible to apply for a CBILS loan you need to:

  • Be a UK-based business

  • Have a turnover of up to £45 million

  • Have 3 years of trading history

  • Get over 50% of your turnover from trading activity (e.g. not from investments)


The loan must be for business purposes and primarily for trading activity in the UK.


Our team of experienced accountants and financial advisers can help you to fill in your application for the best possible chance of success. As of 7th May, just over 50% of CBILS applications were approved and submitting a compliant application is essential to maximising your chances of success.

For a flat fee of £500 plus VAT per application, we'll take care of the application process for you. Here's how it works:


When you contact us, you'll be assigned your own dedicated application manager

We'll assess your claim and request any information that we think may help it

Working with our finance partner, we'll process your application for you


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