Receivable Finance is particularly suitable for asset and service providers. It can enable you to generate a capital lump sum from future fixed revenues within a contract. This type of finance is an extremely flexible method of recouping initial investment costs associated with project implementation. e.g. asset and service providers that have secured 1 to 10 year contracts with corporate and public sector entities within the renewable energy, IT, and telecoms sectors.
Invoice Finance/ Factoring enables a business to draw money against its sales invoices before a client has actually paid. By using monthly unpaid invoices as collateral, a business can borrow a percentage of the invoice value. Once a client has settled the invoice, the funder will deduct their fees and forward the balance.
These are just some of the Cashflow Finance products we can arrange to help you build your business.
This type of finance enables you to arrange a funding package to pay suppliers for finished goods against a confirmed purchase order. You can enter into a 1 to 6 month agreement with a funder who will deduct a percentage from the transaction to cover their costs. Trade Finance can facilitate domestic and international sales.
Project Finance is traditionally used by privately owned companies to build projects such as power plants, airports, toll roads, tunnels etc. Lenders assess the viability of the project based on the projected cash flows, and the finance is secured against the project’s assets and revenue producing contracts. Project Finance can be used to fund PPP, PFI, BOT, BOOT and DBFO projects worldwide.
This enables the professional practice to borrow an amount of money on an unsecured basis. By arranging this type of finance no charge is required over any of the practices other assets or property. The repayment and interest charges are fixed over the duration of the loan. The loan period can be scheduled from 6 months to 5 years. Professional practices that are based in the UK and could be eligible for this funding are:
Examples of how versatile an unsecured loan is and how it can be utilised within the practice are as follows: