Receivable financing is a form of debt financing. In Receivable Financing, a business sells its accounts receivable (typically an invoice) to a third party (called a factor) at a discount, typically up to 80% of the invoice value. It is also a method of mitigating credit risk for the business.
Articles in this section
- Which Finaxar financing product is beneficial for my company?
- What is Receivable Financing?
- How is Receivable Financing different from a bank loan?
- Why use Receivable Financing?
- What are the types of Receivable Financing that Finaxar provide?
- What is a Finaxar Credit Line?
- Why is a Credit Line useful?
- What is the difference between Finaxar Credit Line, a bank’s credit line and overdraft facility?
- How do I know if Finaxar Credit Line is right for my business?
- How can I increase my credit limit?