When trading on credit terms, satisfying orders before getting paid can put a severe dent in your cash flow, but a number of funding options are available to help businesses fulfil new and existing orders.
Large orders often demand substantial upfront resource and, without careful financial management, fulfilling them could pose significant challenges to even the strongest of companies.
Fortunately, a range of funding options exist which enable businesses to raise finance to fulfil orders and meet their day-to-day commitments before getting paid.
As a commercial finance broker, we can introduce the most suitable funding solutions for your specific requirements. To explore your options call our team of experts on 0800 9774833 or email email@example.com.
Invoice finance releases cash that’s tied up in unpaid invoices within 24 hours of their issue to specifically improve cash flow. Up to 90% of their value will be made available to overcome the cash flow gap between providing a service and getting paid, enabling you to pay suppliers and meet day-to-day commitments before you receive payment from your customers.
Trade finance provides businesses with financial support and guidance to keep cash flow flowing when trading both domestically and internationally, whilst providing security to safeguard your business.
Asset based lending enables businesses to release cash against the value of a range of additional assets on the balance sheet. With an invoice finance facility at its core, funding can also be advanced against stock, property, plant and machinery to help improve your cash flow.