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Improve your cash flow

With invoice finance, you don't need to wait 30, 60 or even 90 days or more for your customers to pay you. Get up to 90% of the value of your invoices paid to you upfront, improving cash flow to help move your business forward.

Whether you're looking to fund some - or all - of your invoices, we have a range of solutions to suit your needs.

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MOVE YOUR BUSINESS FORWARD

  • Looking for working capital to accelerate growth or kick off a new project?
  • Need regular access to funding to meet ongoing financial commitments?
  • Want to hire more staff or move to a bigger work space?

Whether you’re disrupting an industry or simply need to get that order out on time, you should have a choice of how to fund your business. Fuel your ambitions with invoice finance.

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ARE YOUR CLIENTS ELIGIBLE FOR CBILS FUNDING?

  • They’re a Limited company or LLP registered in the UK
  • They sell goods or services to other businesses (B2B), if applying for a CBILS revolving credit facility
  • Their turnover is between £100,000 and £45 million
  • They’ve filed a minimum of 2 years accounts at Companies House, if applying for a CBILS loan
  • One or more of their company’s directors lives in the UK
  • Neither the company nor any of its directors are currently facing any insolvency or bankruptcy procedures
  • The company doesn’t have any unpaid CCJs worth more than £250 if applying for a CBILS loan or £2,000 if applying for a CBILS revolving credit facility
  • Their application would’ve been viable (based on our normal eligibility criteria) even if there wasn’t a coronavirus pandemic
  • The company has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic

    *T&Cs apply

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Our Seasonal Peaks report explores the challenges UK SMEs face when it comes to seasonal demand – and what they’re doing to prepare. What is seasonal demand? This refers to peaks in business activity that correspond to things like the seasons, school holidays and other religious or cultural calendar events.

Our conclusion: SMEs are being stretched on cash flow in meeting seasonal demand which is hindering their growth. Additionally, not enough businesses are seeking advice on how to improve their cash flow.

Download the infographic or head to our blog for more highlights from our Seasonal Peaks report. You can also find our press release here.

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Our Seasonal Peaks report explores the challenges UK SMEs face when it comes to seasonal demand – and what they’re doing to prepare. What is seasonal demand? This refers to peaks in business activity that correspond to things like the seasons, school holidays and other religious or cultural calendar events.

Our conclusion: SMEs are being stretched on cash flow in meeting seasonal demand which is hindering their growth. Additionally, not enough businesses are seeking advice on how to improve their cash flow.

Download the infographic or head to our blog for more highlights from our Seasonal Peaks report. You can also find our press release here.