Greg Charlwood of Australian Invoice Finance
David Koch of Business Builders - www.kochiesbusinessbuilders.com.au
AIF’s managing director, Greg Charlwood speaks to David Koch on Business Builders with David Koch about how small businesses can avoid a cash-flow crunch using invoice financing.
Click on the player below to hear Greg’s interview, which originally aired on the Macquarie Network on 21/1/18.
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Australian Invoice Finance (AIF) provides cash flow solutions to small businesses.
Invoice Finance (also called debtor finance or factoring) is the most flexible cashflow lending solution for businesses selling on credit terms, providing certainty of ongoing working capital funding. We quickly lend up to 90% of your unpaid invoices, so you can meet your payment deadlines even if your customers don’t.
What are the advantages of using Factoring in your business
Cashflow Factoring simply converts your earned unpaid invoices into cash you can use immediately.
Our additional services are very popular with business owners because it provides other services in addition to cashflow finance.
Many business owners are great at sourcing product, service, sales or manufacturing. They aren’t always proficient or interested in back office processes and that is where we come in to help support your business.
We love helping Australian Businesses With Invoice Finance
AIF helped a transport company with working capital for fuel and salaries so it could service a new large contract it recently won.
We worked with a Paper and Envelope Manufacturer to overcome an issue with slow-paying debtors.
We supported a commercial fit-out business with payroll and trade creditor problems caused by an issue with one large debtor and ATO debt.
We provided a herb and spice wholesaler with an invoice finance facility which helped save it from liquidation. AIF did the collections for the client and implemented a full credit-advice facility.
We supported a concrete pumping company with an invoice finance facility which gave it additional working capital to support growth and fund upcoming projects.