TRADE PAYMENTS TO HELP YOUR BUSINESS SUCCEED

If you are an importer but funding is the one thing that holds you back from taking advantage of purchasing or sales opportunities – Trade finance could be perfect for your business.

WHAT IS TRADE FINANCE?

Put simply, trade finance is where an exporter (your supplier) requires you to pay upfront for goods shipped.

It provides a way to ensure that both you and your supplier are funded throughout the transaction, meaning that you can take advantage of “deals” when importing goods.

HOW DOES TRADE FINANCE WORK?

Trade finance is bespoke from customer to customer depending on lots of facets; the goods, the shipping terms, quality of customer etc etc.

Because of this, it works differently each time and so it is important that you speak to a specialist that has knowledge of trade finance and can talk you through the potential for you.

THE BENEFITS

  • Trade Finance improves your cash flow by providing funding in-between paying your supplier and being paid by your customer.
  • Improved cash flow can demonstrate your liquidity to suppliers, encouraging them to do more business with you.
  • Trade finance is ideal if your business does not have the financial track record or security to negotiate sufficient overdraft facilities or get credit from your suppliers.
  • This type of finance frees up existing lines of credit for other business purposes.

TESTIMONIALS

Being a growing business that exports all around the world, it is extremely important that we have a funder that is flexible with the countries that we deal with. We had used our bank for Invoice Finance but when Sedulo called us, our funding was being restricted to a customer in Malaysia. Leyton reviewed the business and our existing facility and recommended a funder that could provide us the funding for that customer that we needed. We can now grow the business with the knowledge that the working capital needs of the business can be met.

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Our expert team have access to various forms of funding in the marketplace, from factoring, stock funding, invoice funding, unsecured loans and much more.

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