Confidential Invoice Finance

Your Invoice Finance Questions Answered

If you are new to Invoice Finance, it can feel like there is a lot of information to take in. With a range of vocabulary and assumptions floating around, we thought it would be useful to address some of the commonly asked questions surrounding Invoice Finance.

What is Invoice Finance and how does it work?

Why a profitable business doesn’t always mean a healthy cashflow

The definition of cashflow is simple. It refers to the cash flowing in and out of your business during a specific period of time. Cashflow is an indication for the financial health of a business and determines whether a business can pay its current liabilities.

Should I use a Confidential Invoice Finance facility to fund my business?

Invoice Finance is generally used by businesses to bridge a cashflow gap and to allow the smooth running of a business, without the worry of late customer payments. Business owners can often feel nervous when thinking about having an Invoice Finance facility due to the following common misconceptions surrounding the funding option.

“You’re going to hound my customers for payments”

Why Invoice Finance isn’t just for new businesses

Invoice Finance is a funding option that can be suitable for an array of businesses, whether they be big or small, new or long-established and varying in sector. One assumption about Invoice Finance is that is more suitable for new start-up businesses but there are actually a whole range of reasons as to why Invoice Finance can be perfect for mature businesses too.

Invoice Finance for mature businesses

Should I use a Confidential Invoice Finance facility to fund my business?

Invoice Finance is generally used by businesses to bridge a cashflow gap and to allow the smooth running of a business without the worry of late customer payments. Business owners can often feel nervous when thinking about having an Invoice Finance facility due to the following common misconceptions surrounding the funding option.

“They’re going to hound my customers for payments”