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Seddon Atkinson

18th February 1984
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tracted in SEDDON ATKINSON used to offer finance via its parent company's own finance arm, International Harvester Credit Corporation. But maybe with an eye on Seddon Atkin son's imminent departure from IH this ended 18. months ago.

Instead, Seddon Atkinson now has an agreement with an external finance house, British Credit Trust, which is a subsidiary of Bank of Ireland. About three quarters of Seddon Atkinson dealers promote this arrangement.

British Credit Trust says it is happier to underwrite Seddon Atkinson business than many other makes of commercial vehicles because of the type of operator who is atto the marque. "Because of our arrangement with Seddon Atkinson we will view applications for finance favourably and a more relaxed manner." BCF says, for example, that it usually looks for around 10 per cent deposit on the Seddon Atkinson deals, which is less than the market aver


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