Supply Chain Finance – What’s It All About?

Over the last few years, Global Asset Finance Limited has been striving to solve the common problem of cash flow that is experienced by thousands of SMEs. We started out as in 1993 as a broker / financier, with the aim to give small businesses the control and freedom of when they pay their suppliers
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Some Summer Sunshine for the UK Property Market?

Even though we are now moving into one of the quieter periods of the year, there have been some interesting developments in the sales market. The latest data from NAEA Propertymark (National Association of Estate Agents) suggests the market may be shrugging off Brexit worries and is bouncing back. According to their figures, the number
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Boosting Your Cashflow

Having a healthy cash flow is an especially beneficial trait, particularly when you are trying to build a successful and financially viable business. Lacking good Cashflow management limits the progress your business can make. It won’t be sustainable and, consequently, your chances of expansion, whether that be in terms of growth or client base, will
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Commercial Finance

Political uncertainty worries 1 in 4 SMEs The latest BVA BDRC SME Finance Monitor shows that a quarter of UK SMEs see political uncertainty as the main obstacle facing their business. In London the proportion jumps to 33%, with the North East (30%) and West Midlands (27%) also exceeding the average. Stephen Pegge, managing director
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The Evolution of Receivable Finance

For businesses throughout the world receivable financing is nothing new. In fact, in 2000 BC traders in Mesopotamia used a variation of invoice factoring when selling goods. The facility of selling invoices to a third party in order to release funds quickly is something that businesses throughout all ages required. The rise of receivable financing
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June in, May Out!

House price growth slowed to 0.6% in May, the sixth month in a row that annual house price growth was below 1%. Month on month, sold prices were down 0.2% (source: Nationwide), although, looking further forward, according to Rightmove, asking prices were up 0.9%. Overall, the market continues to be subdued, although there are some
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How to raise Capital for your Business

If you believe the statisticians half of all new enterprises will fail. What is a fact is that one of the main reasons for business failure is poor or no cash flow. Even those businesses that manage to navigate their first few years and stay solvent will find it difficult to grow without external capital.
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New Sales Markets Abroad

How to get your business export-ready to expand and grow! The ever changing political, economic and digital landscape provides a wealth of opportunities for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). For those exporting abroad, there are several markets, and billions of clients globally who may be interested in your products and services, making exports a
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Trade optional for economic growth GDP

Brexit has dominated news headlines for months with the UK no closer to agreeing a deal with the EU. What many people don’t realise, however, is that this is just the first stage of a lengthy process. After it formally exits the EU, the UK will need to agree its future trading relationships. The UK’s
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Brexit Property Groundhog Day!

Brexit is beginning to resemble Groundhog Day, the same arguments going round and round with no sign of a resolution or any kind of compromise that might break the cycle. There is, however, evidence that house buyers are increasingly fed up with the ongoing uncertainty and getting on with their house moves, especially now that
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