Invoice financing provides flexible funding options, for businesses of all sizes, by releasing cash tied up in outstanding customer invoices
Cash is king for any business owner. Waiting for outstanding invoices can often have an adverse effect on your cashflow and impact the growth of your business.
Invoice financing provides flexible funding options, for businesses of all sizes, by releasing cash tied up in outstanding customer invoices.
There are two main forms of invoice financing. Both options can provide cash advances of up to 90% of the invoice value. Take a look below to see which is the best solution for your business:
Invoice Factoring is a fully disclosed facility that incorporates full credit and sales ledger management, alongside debt collection
techniques to help speed up customer payment. Invoice factoring may also include bad debt protection.
Invoice Discounting is a funding only solution. Much like factoring, it can also include bad debt protection, but leaves credit management down to you. This type of finance is usually confidential and is often used in for domestic or export sales.
After a short phone call to gather some background information about you and your business needs, we’ll get to work on sourcing the best deal for you.
We understand that when securing finance, time is of the essence. We will have a decision in principle to you within 48 hours of having all necessary documentation.
We are strong believers in regular face-to-face meetings with our customers. This allows us to really get to know your business and focus on developing a strong, long-term relationship with you.
With over 20 years experience in providing finance for small-medium businesses, we are perfectly placed to help you find the correct solution for your business. And, with our extensive network of trusted professionals, in the unlikely event that we can’t personally help you, we’ll connect you with someone that can.
Get in touch today to see how we can help your business growth through Invoice Finance.
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