Invoice Factoring

Invoice factoring is a great way of unlocking funds tied up in unpaid invoices, meaning your business receives funds without waiting for customers to pay.

What does Invoice Factoring involve?

It is a financial transaction and a type of debtor finance in which a business sells its accounts receivable (i.e., invoices) to a third party (called a factor) at a discount. If you want to relieve cashflow pressures, get access to cash tied up in invoices and free up your time chasing late payments, then Factoring can help your business.

Invoice factoring releases a certain percentage of the value of your unpaid invoices the moment you issue them to your customers. The only difference is that we collect the payments on your behalf, giving you more time to focus on the day-to-day running of your business.


What are the benefits:

  • Quick access to working capital
  • Save time chasing late payments
  • Maintain customer relationships
  • Improved cashflow
  • Assists financial planning
  • Saves admin time
  • “a way to get my money as soon as I’ve earned it.”


Already using it? Or want to start using it? NDM Finance can help you

There will almost certainly be a better deal out there for you. Not only cheaper but possibly with a higher discount percentage or less onerous concentration requirements for your big customers. We can help you find that better deal at no cost to yourselves!

NDM Finance also completely manage the credit control, meaning you no longer need to chase customers for invoice payment and you can save time on admin. All we need is a copy of your finance facility letter and your aged debtor list and we will do the rest!

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