Wesleyan Bank is launching a guide to buying a pharmacy at next weekend's Pharmacy Show at the NEC in Birmingham. 

The new guide, ‘Your Road Map to Buying a Pharmacy’, highlights the eight key stages involved in a pharmacy acquisition. These include how to identify the right pharmacy to purchase, formulating a business plan, securing finance in addition to contract negotiation and NHS England change of ownership consent.

Steve Deutsch, Chief Executive of Wesleyan Bank, comments: “We intrinsically understand the pharmacy market and have developed tailored solutions to help alleviate the financial pressures pharmacists face today. These include providing flexible long-term products and offering repayments of our loans interest free for the first three months to those buying a pharmacy to help smooth cash flow whilst they wait for NHS payments to come through.”

The bank has lent over £8 million of business acquisition funding to pharmacists so far in 2018.

For your free copy visit stand PK32 at the Pharmacy Show 2018 or visit www.wesleyan.co.uk/pharmacy. Alternatively, call 0800 980 9348 or email bankcommercialsales@wesleyan.co.uk.

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