January 2009

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    UK Economy Officially In Recession

    The Office for National Statistics has reported that Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the UK fell by 1.5 percent from the previous quarter today. The economy has now shrunk for two successive quarters which is the conventional definition of an official recession....

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    100% Funding Against Public Sector Invoices

    Our invoice finance brokerage has been fortunate enough to have been offered an exclusive arrangement by one of it's finance partners to offer an invoice discounting product whereby our clients will receive 100% funding in respect of their invoices to government and public sector bodies and organisations.This could provide a much needed additional cash flow benefit for a number of our clients....

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    Second Credit Crunch Coming? . . .

    I just read an article highlighting the next potential problem for the economy arising from the continuing downward spiral of property prices which could lead to a second credit crunch.The article suggests that banks could be exposed to £250bn of lending secured against UK commercial property and that if commercial property prices continue to fall half of this could need refinancing over the...

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    Avoiding The New Year Cash Trap . . .

    It happens every year, we see an increase in new invoice finance enquiries (factoring and invoice discounting) in the New Year caused by the "New Year Cash Trap" causing cash flow problems. In the run up to Christmas customers generally slow down their payments to suppliers, partly due to their own customers slowing down their payments and partly due to staff holidays. This puts an added pressure...

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Examples of just a few of our finance partners:

metro bank sme finance