I am self employed and my Company is sponsoring my trip to attend a Business Conference in London; I have a good personal bank statement that meets the standard - regular income and savings. My concern is that my company has irregular cash flows, does this really matter? money doesn't stay in the account for too long. I believe that company's invest funds most of the time and may not have huge balances over on the short run, however the closing balance on the Company's bank statement is sufficient with over 6500GBP. of which my trip to the UK will cost about 2000GBP only.
Yes, the irregular cash flow could be a cause for concern. But, I would still say you have a fair chance of getting the visa because they look for many different factors when making a decision:
- Reason to return: Your company is probably a valid reason for return. Make sure you provide documentation to prove your company is genuine.
- Funds: As you state, you have sufficient funds, but it is better if you have them in your personal bank account.
- Travel history: If you have any, it is a positive factor, but you have not provided this information in your question.