This finance guide has been put together to provide an overview of invoice finance, to explain some of the more complicated terms used, and to introduce how MarketInvoice is an improved version of previous models.
At any one time, £13bn worth of commercial invoices are outstanding in the UK. These are valuable assets sitting on the balance sheets of small companies, which could be used more profitably than, in effect, as interest-free loans to large corporates. Invoice finance is a way of accessing the capital trapped in these receivables.
The following pages explain different ways of achieving this:
- Sources of Working Capital Finance
- Invoice Discounting
- Factoring vs Invoice Discounting
- Whole turnover invoice discounting
- Selective invoice discounting
For more information, please see the resources below: