Cash flow is the lifeblood of a business; healthy cash flow represents a strong business model that is performing well but even the most seemingly stable company can experience an impromptu change in cash flow circumstances that could cause serious problems for your business.
Typical reasons for requiring cash flow finance are due to the loss of a key contract, theft or damage, a swing in demand or just plain bad luck. Regardless of why your business needs an injection of capital, Real Business Rescue can help.
Our expert finance team has developed key relationships with over 50 lenders across the UK who specialise in providing finance for firms struggling with cash flow. Sometimes it can merely be a short-term issue where your company is paying creditors before your own sales invoices are being settled and the balancing act isn’t quite right; in this instance, solutions such as invoice factoring and invoice discounting are specifically designed to help. This is where a lender can release the cash from your unpaid invoices by paying around 90% of your outstanding invoices to provide immediate capital and they then recoup the money from the original customer themselves.
For more complex or long-term cash-flow issues, there are a number of other potential solutions that could help your business such as asset finance, term loans, and an overdraft facility to name just a few. It really depends on your individual business circumstances.
In this difficult economic climate, we work with trusted lenders who are willing to provide competitive finance to viable businesses in need of a cash flow boost. Contact Real Business Rescue today and our corporate finance team can discuss your options with you and help you make the right choice.
Author: Keith Tully (Partner)
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