October 2008

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    Changes By Banks To Overdrafts and Loans

    I received an email from the Federation of Small Businesses today advising that they are meeting with 6 commercial lenders in Sussex. The meeting is to discuss the issues that their members are experiencing due to unilateral changes by the banks to overdrafts and loans.We have also heard of some examples of this. I was talking to someone the other day that had their credit limit drastically...

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    Economic Domino Effect?

    Yesterday brought the news that Iceland are raising their banking base rate by a massive 6% to 18% as the IMF (International Monetary Fund) inject funds to rescue the country's economy. Other eastern european economies seem to be similarly struggling. Is it possible that we could see a domino effect if these weaker countries did start to collapse that would ripple across the globe?Everything...

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    New Article Top 10 Tips Comparing Factoring Quotations

    i have just put a new factoring article up on the site, our "Top 10 Tips for Comparing Factoring Quotations"....

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    Factoring & Invoice Discounting NACFB Reports Growth

    The National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB), has just reported its members survey results to June 2008 which show huge growth amongst its members in the volumes of factoring and invoice discounting business being arranged which countered falls in the levels of leasing and short term finance arranged.This is not surprising as factoring and invoice discounting are growth areas...

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    US Bailout goes ahead but what about the UK?

    The $700 million bailout of the US banking sector has now gone through the US senate and there has been a lot of speculation about what will happen next. Noone knows for certain what the effects of this will be but the UK still seems set for difficult times.It seems like the factoring and invoice discounting markets will have a growing role in the UK bridging the credit gap for businesses that...

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    $700 Billion US Banking Bailout

    At the moment the US are renegotiating the proposed $700 billion bailout of the US banking sector which has been broadly heralded as essential to return to stability. Bank lending to US borrowers that couldn't afford it (the "credit crunch") is widely attributed as the cause of the current situation.My concern for the UK market is what about the large amount of unsecured debt that has been amased...

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