In very simple terms, invoice discounting allows you to receive up to 85% of the money you're owed within 24 hours of submitting an invoice. We advance
monies against the invoice without your customer knowing.
Who is invoice discounting for?
Invoice discounting is mostly aimed at larger businesses (typically above £1m annual turnover). You must have well-established systems and
procedures in credit control and sales ledger management.
So why use invoice discounting?
Many businesses like the anonymity offered by invoice discounting. With invoice discounting, your customers need never know that you're
using our services. This is particularly important if you have good, solid, long-lasting relationships with your customers: it's not that
you have a problem getting the cash from your customers, it's just that you need it now, and not in 30, 60, or 90 days. Furthermore, the
bad debt protection option means that you need never worry about
a customer going bust whilst owing you thousands of pounds: we protect you and will pay up to 100% of the invoice in the event of customer
insolvency, provided you have taken all appropriate steps to reduce risk.
Why invoice discounting could work for you
Invoice discounting is an excellent way to give your business a vital cash injection. You're effectively borrowing your own money - it's
just that you haven't had that money paid to you yet. Invoice discounting is ideal if you're eager to expand your business, but need a little
help with the funds required to get you there. We will work with you to ensure the service is simple to operate alongside your existing systems.
See our lending guides for more information on how to obtain funding.
Security may be required. Product fees may apply.