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Supply Chain Finance for Transport, Haulage Construction Companies
03/03/2020

In a time of great change for transport and haulage firms, it can be challenging to manage every aspect of the current business while planning for the future. If you are looking to grow your transport and haulage business and adapt for the future, you may be looking for ways to improve your Cashflow so you can
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Invoice factoring right for your small business?
24/02/2020

82% of small and medium-sized businesses fail because of cash flow problems. And while there are many factors that can impact cash flow, invoices or accounts receivable account for a fair share. Invoice, or more specifically, unpaid invoices, can be a big problem for small business owners. Fortunately, many small business owners can manage gaps
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Trade Finance
17/02/2020

With Brexit crossing the finish line (at last!), the UK has now officially left the EU. As a result, now is the time for your clients to rethink their supply chain On 1 February, the UK entered an 11-month transition period in which it will continue to follow EU rules, but without representation in the bloc’s
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Has Boris brought us some property bounce?
14/02/2020

It’s at this time we get our first look at the New Year’s data and see whether all those pundits’ predictions are on track, or not. There have been some big claims made about 2020 – will there really be a ‘Boris Bounce’? And are we going to see all that pent-up demand finally released
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Finance Solutions for Manufacturers
10/02/2020

Metal fabrication is a growing and changing business. The environment can be challenging. Growing manufacturers often struggle to get control of their Cashflow. Without control over this, it can be challenging to keep up with the continually changing demands of the industry. Why Fabrication Funding Is Shifting Metal fabricators are stuck in the tug between their
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Supply Chain Finance for Businesses
03/02/2020

For fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) businesses, speed is always of the essence. However, when it comes to retailers who stock your items and their payment terms, the speed rapidly slows down to a snail’s pace. So, when you want to ensure a positive working relationship with your stockists but need to manage your Cashflow and
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Supply Chain Finance
27/01/2020

Due to the ever-changing nature of the global economic environment and global trade tensions, supply chains around the world are faced with the threat of major disruption. Continuity and certainty of business are of increasing concern. The supply chain finance (SCF) solution steps in to address this issue by ensuring suppliers around the world, no
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2020: UK Property Market Calmer Waters
20/01/2020

2019 was a year that will live long in the memory. As we predicted, from its outset, it was dominated by Brexit. The government’s lack of majority meant their Brexit bill was continually rejected and any kind of compromise seemed impossible. By May, Theresa May was out and we had a leadership contest and a
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Types of Trade Finance & How it Helps with Working Capital
13/01/2020

What is trade finance? Trade finance is the financial assistance provided in the field of international trade and commerce through the use of various financial products. A plethora of financial products fall under the ambit of international trade finance, each of which is designed to ease the conduct of business among importers and exporters around
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Affected By Long Payment Terms?
06/01/2020

For food and drinks manufacturers, there is nothing more exciting than landing your first big deal with one of the leading supermarkets. However, problems can quickly arise from securing large orders with big brands, especially when it comes to Cashflow. Big orders, low Cashflow As you begin to ramp up production and grow your business,
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