Trade finance for small to medium sized businesses

If you want to improve your working capital by matching your financial supply chain to your physical supply chain, talk to us about how we may be able to help.

Funds in your account

For producers, having supply chain finance means you can have funds in your account the day the goods leave your premises, instead of having to wait for payment from your buyer in 30, 60 or 90 days’ time.

If you purchase from suppliers, using supply chain finance to cover your payments to them can help you improve your cash management cycle.

Free up your working capital

When you free up your working capital, you can then use these funds to invest in other parts of your business.

Our range of products that can help includes overdrafts, flexible facilities and loans. Talk to us about how we can help.

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Cash flow management

To improve and manage your business finances, delve into your costs vs income over time. Our guides can help, including free templates to forecast cash flow and work out your break-even point.

Improving your working capital

Working capital is the cash you have each month to cover any expenses. While it’s easy enough to explain, applying it to your business isn’t so simple, because it’s always changing. Learn how you can manage and improve your working capital.

Important information

Eligibility and lending criteria, fees and terms and conditions apply.

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