Unlock capital and grow your business with Invoice Finance
A full order book doesn't always add up to cash in the bank. So if you need more working capital, we can help.
Our invoice finance service unlocks the cash tied up in your unpaid invoices - so you get fast access to the funds you need to grow your business.
Business invoice financing explained
All those unpaid invoices on your sales ledger have value, they're debts your customers have agreed to pay. We'll advance an agreed percentage of the value of your outstanding sales ledger, so instead of waiting weeks or months to get paid, you get quicker access to your money.
We appreciate every business is different. Which is why we'll work with you to create a funding solution that meets your needs exactly.
How invoice finance works
Invoice finance takes two main forms - debt factoring and invoice discounting. Factoring is a flexible funding and collections service: we act as your credit department and chase payments for you, so you're free to focus on your business.
If you still want to retain your credit control function, invoice discounting allows you to manage your sales ledger so your clients need never know you're using us.
- Access up to 90% of the value of approved invoices
- Stay in control - view sales ledger status and electronic payment requests online.
- More available funding than traditional overdrafts
- Less admin - we'll run credit checks, issue statements and provide collection services
- Debt recovery litigation services
- Bad debt protection if you need it
To find out how invoice finance could help your business, call 0333 321 4000.
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