Beneteau partner debuts website

The Beneteau Group’s U.S. financing partner, SGB Finance North America, launched a new website.

The Beneteau Group’s U.S. financing partner, SGB Finance North America, launched a new website.

SGB offers financing to customers seeking boats as well as to dealers nationwide, the company said.

The new website offers access to an online retail application that can be signed securely and sent to SGB’s team. The team is dedicated exclusively to marine financing and the company says it strives to answer applications within 24 hours.

“To make boaters’ dreams come true, we are constantly introducing innovative and creative tools that meet their specific needs,” Hervé Bonnet, of SGB Finance North America, said in a statement. “SGB is the exclusive financial partner of the world’s No. 1 sailing yacht builder, the Beneteau Group. As such, we want to make sure we support, in the best way we can, their fast-paced growth in the United States.”

“We are delighted by the launch of this new website that will clearly meet the needs of all our customers looking for a competitive and secure financial solution and will facilitate their buying experience,” Beneteau Group CEO for the Americas Patrick Guilloux said.


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