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Cash Flow Finance

Cashflow Finance is a type of Business Finance that is based on expected cash flow. The most common types of Cashflow Finance are overdrafts and invoice finance. 

Overdrafts are just a revolving line of credit, that you draw down on and then pay back. An Invoice Finance facility allows a business to use its outstanding invoices as collateral for funding. The funding process involves the following steps:

  • You raise an invoice and send it to your customer after completing an order. At the same time, you submit the invoice to the funding provider.
  • They transfer up to 90% of the invoice value upfront as a cash advance. The funds are typically made available within 24 hours of the invoice being submitted.
  • When the invoice is due, the funder collects the amount owed on the invoice from the debtor.
  • Once payment has been received, they will transfer the remaining balance of the invoice to your bank account, less fees, and interest.
Cashflow Finance releases capital tied up in unpaid invoices so that you can put tomorrow’s payments into your business today. It can be a helpful solution to overcome cash flow gaps, quickly raise working capital, and get fast funding to cover operations and unexpected costs.