Invoice Finance

Improve your cash flow through invoice financing

There are a number reasons that companies may look at using invoice finance to improve their current situation. It maybe that you’re struggling to cover your running costs or that lengthy invoicing terms are restricting the amount of new work you can take on.

If so then it may be worth considering invoice financing. This allows you to gain access to essential funds as soon as your invoices are sent out, giving you the capital you need to grow your business.

There are two type of invoice finance available to businesses and both raise the funds against the invoices of your clients.

  • Invoice Factoring – the responsibility of collecting the debt from the clients lies with the lender. This can be done with or without bad debt protection.
  • Invoice Discounting – you maintain full control of collecting the money so your clients are unaware that you have such a facility. Again this can be carried out with or without bad debt protection.

At MCB Commercial Finance we have many years of experience within the invoice factoring and discounting industry. That is why you can trust us to help your business enjoy the most favorable rates in the market. We know what having money in the company means to you, which is why we work quickly in order to get a finance package tailored to your specific requirements.

How can MCB Commercial Finance help your business to prosper?

As professional invoice financing advisers we can help you enjoy the best possible deals and keep your business on the right track. By doing this it enables you to have the edge on your competitors and allows your business to grow.

Getting the right fit for your business is key as there are many invoice financing packages out there, but not all of them will be right for you. With MCB, you’ll enjoy the best rates and a package that’s right for your needs.

To discuss your financial requirements please contact us on (01603) 864760.

People we work with ...
  • Barclays
  • NatWest
  • RBS
  • Santander
  • Shawbrook Bank
  • Aldermore
  • Lloyds Banks