Monthly Archives: October 2010

Choosing an invoice financing company

How do you go about choosing a) the right business finance provider and b) the right solution for your needs? The answer is simple, let us do it for you!
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Invoice Factoring – better than an overdraft

Overdrafts are repayable on demand....With factoring or invoice discounting, as long as you don’t breach the terms of the facility agreement it is not possible for the facility to be withdrawn
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Asset-based lending and Invoice Finance up

Asset-based lending providers have reported increased funding levels to UK businesses by 2 per cent in the second quarter of this year compared to the same period in 2009......Growth in invoice finance facilities issued to UK small to medium businesses also saw an increase of 7 per cent over the same period
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Exporter’s with late payment problems?

Whilst global economies bring with them vast opportunities in times of prosperity, the inter-connected, almost symbiotic nature of the global economy also ties us to one another in times of crisis.....As chasing overseas payments can be costly and time-consuming there are options to consider? Export invoice finance could be the solution for you?
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Factoring and improved cash flow – FAQ’s for SME’s

Invoice Factoring, or Factoring as its more commonly known is a form of invoice finance used by businesses ranging from SME’s to corporate multinationals. A business is advanced a percentage of their outstanding sales invoices by the invoice finance lender and when the customer pays the business’ outstanding sales invoice, the lender takes back the percentages loaned, plus any fees.
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Invoice Finance News – government attempts to alleviate SME finance barriers

Business Minister Mark Prisk recently announced supply chain finance was to be part of government’s attempts to alleviate finance barriers for small and medium-sized businesses as a result of the recession.
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Invoice Finance News – Ultimate Finance in merger

Trading in the shares of invoice discounting and factoring firm Ultimate Finance was restored after the company announced the placing of 22.9m shares at 12p each and the £4.75m acquisition of competitor Ashley Commercial Finance.
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