• Invoice Discounting Can Be Available After A Liquidation.

    Business finance through invoice discounting after a liquidation.If your business fails it can feel like the end of your world. What's worse is that you might struggle to get back into business, as traditional lenders don't want to support your new venture. Even if you have had a previous company enter insolvency, such as a compulsory liquidation, you may still be able to get funding if you decide to start a new company. Everyone deserves a second chance.

    Invoice Discounting After Winding Up

    We had a case recently where a director's previous company had gone into liquidation and been wound up, following a winding up petition from a creditor. To most people this would appear to be the type of previous credit history that would prohibit you from getting any business finance against a future venture, especially an invoice discounting facility. However, FundInvoice were able to find the company a disclosed invoice discounting facility, from a flexible invoice discounter, that were prepared to fund the new venture on the strength of the book debts, rather than the director's previous trading track record.

    Traditional lenders may well turn down such an application, because of the track record. However, with an invoice discounter, they focus on the value in your sales ledger, rather than just your financial track record. This means that prime movers with previous business failures may still qualify for this type of business finance, even through traditional lending may not be available to them.

    Disclosed Invoice Discounting

    With disclosed invoice discounting (DID), you get to continue to maintain your sales ledger and chase up your own customers for payment. Some companies prefer this to factoring as they like to keep control of all contact with their customers, or they find that the cost of outsourcing their credit control is expensive - as they have a large number of customers, all with small balances outstanding. The disclosed nature of DID means that whilst you get to continue to undertake the customer contact, the customers are aware of the involvement of the discounter. This gives the invoice discounting company the additional comfort to be more flexible in providing funding.

    DID can be a good compromise if your would prefer not to use factoring, but don't qualify for confidential invoice discounting (funding only where customers are not aware of the involvement of the funder). All the various product options are explained in our free guide to the different types of invoice discounting.

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