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We do also carry a credit insurance facility which can be accessed by all of our clients. If you would like to take advantage of this service, simply let us now, and we’ll do the rest.
Unlike many other invoice finance facilities, we do not have any set up costs. Our Selective Invoice Finance facilities have only one fee associated with them, and that’s the daily interest rate we charge you when you finance through us.
No. There are no minimum contractual terms or agreements. You can use this service as and when you need to. You are free to choose what’s best for you and the cashflow needs of your business
Yes. Creative Capital’s Invoice Finance service does not impact or interfere with any current or future planned borrowing arrangements as we are buying an invoice and not lending funds. We can easily sit alongside other lenders.
Our Selective Invoice Finance service is always on a fully disclosed basis whereby the customer is notified of the transaction. The customer is requested to confirm receipt of our notification as well as acknowledgement of the receipt of the goods or services. The customer is also required to acknowledge that there are no disputes or warranties with the invoice and that they will pay the invoice directly to Creative Capital.
Traditionally when entering into a full book factoring arrangement you sell your entire sales ledger to a factoring company, who will provide finance against this. The factoring company will take over all the credit control and debt collection. There may be several different charges to consider including Set up fees, Administration fees and Interest fees. Factoring facilities will also tie you into a long term contract, which can be for as long as 18 month to 2 years and which includes a notice period.
With Selective Invoice Finance from Creative Capital, you only finance the invoices you want to finance, when you want to finance them. You do not pay set up fees, you are not tied into a contract, and you look after the credit control and debt collection, allowing you to maintain your relationships with your key customers.
No. Invoice Discounting and Invoice Factoring have been around for many years, they are considered to be mature financial services which are rapidly growing in popularity. It is a common and widely used form of short term funding used by many small businesses. Selective Invoice Finance gives business owners a flexible, short term cashflow solution.
Invoice finance allows SME’s in a business to business environment to draw down money against sales invoices before the customer actually settles them. This releases working capital for growing businesses.
No. We don’t offer a full invoice factoring service. Full invoice factoring would usually involve a lender taking complete control of your invoices, your credit control and your cash flow. At Creative Capital we provide selective invoice finance which is flexible cash flow finance allowing you to raise funds against individual invoices as and when needed.
Selective invoice finance is also known as spot factoring and single invoice discounting in the UK. They all describe the process of being able to raise cash flow finance against individual invoices.
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