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Invoice Finance

Supply chain finance for importers and exporters, trade, receivables and asset based funding. 

Invoice Finance leverage debtors & creditors

 Trading 6 months+ |  $15K to $100K   |  Business Line of Credit   |   Pay Suppliers   |  Clean Credit 500

What is Invoice Finance?

  • Invoice finance is used for working capital to boost short-term business cash flow.
  • Companies can unlock the invoice value and access advance funds for daily operations and to stay competitive.
  • Invoice finance is fast and flexible, and minimum paperwork is needed to approve the facility
  • There is no requirement for property collateral, bank overdrafts or complicated paperwork.
  • Companies can use invoice finance to order new supplies or pay for a large overseas order waiting for shipments.
  • Sales invoicing is used to receive an upfront payment from your customer, primarily your customer is funding growth.
  • It is self-liquidating as the business is not taking on extra debt. Interest is only charged at draw-down and accessed Line of Credit.
  • More information about invoice finance for trade visit our FAQ page.

How to Use Invoice or Trade Finance 

  • Fund customer invoices
  • Pay your suppliers
  • Create a Line of Credit readily available
  • Guarantee your trade cycle and supply risk
  • Get access to bulk and early discounts
  • Fund business opportunities to expand market share
  • Removes the need for property security

Use Invoice Finance to Increase Revenue

  • Offer customers installment plans
  • Customers often purchase more when offered installment options
  • Help to maintain profitable client-customer relationship
  • Turn your invoices in same day money
  • Pool your receivables cash with other funding methods
  • Gives business a point of difference when considering another competitor
  • Full transaction, account management and collections systems
Invoice Finance for Trade Australia

Trade Invoice

 B2B  |   Disclosed
Pay 85% of your invoice
Funding 1-3 working days
Interest rate 2% per month

Invoice finance customer sales

Sales Finance

B2B and B2C   |     Undisclosed
Pay 80% of your invoice
Funding 24 hours of confirmation
Interest rate 1% per month

Invoice Finance import & export Australia

Debtor Invoice

B2B   |   Disclosed
Pay 100% of your invoice
Funding 24 hours of confirmation
Interest 2% for 30 days then 0.1% per day

Creditor Finance

Or Export / Import Finance used when financing is required by buyers and sellers to assist them with the trade cycle funding gap. Customers and suppliers mainly use trade finance as unsecured working capital and a method of risk mitigation.

Sales Finance

An ideal cash flow generator for businesses to offer their customers installment payments for goods and services at the sale. Allows the business to expand their customer base, increase sales and keep the cash flowing to maintain a healthy balance sheet.

Debtor Finance

Short-term unsecured lending leveraged against the business accounts receivable ledger. Slow-paying customers put pressure on cash flow and invoice finance solutions allow the company to pay operating expenses while waiting for customer payments.

Invoice Finance to Ignite your Business

06Cash Flow

Improve your cash flow to increase profits, stay competitive and grow with confidence.


Unsecured balance sheet lending through debtor and creditor book value offering many finance options


Low cost to access unsecured finance based on volume of sales, outstanding debtors, flexible pricing, disclosure and terms.


Less time and money spent collecting outstanding debts; keep your focus on strategically growing the business


Improved way to manage the sales ledger and ensure money is flowing to continue operations.


For the business as invoices are paid, regardless if the invoice has been fully repaid by the customer.

Invoice Finance for Small Business Growth

  • Improve business account management
  • Pay for inventory and operating expenses
  • No need for bank overdrafts and collateral
  • Use existing customers to fund your future growth
  • Use invoice finance to fund strategic opportunities
  • Get early settlement discounts for suppliers and creditors
  • Reduce the time and resources spent chasing bad debts
  • Research Australian government trade export finance options

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