Export Trade Factoring Solutions
Are you struggling to compete internationally, but cannot, because of unreliable cash flow? Thanks to our export trade factoring programs, your company can become a powerful force in the international market.
Our export trade factoring services can help your company succeed. Waiting on payments from overseas clients can strain your business cash flow and make it hard to take on expansion opportunities.
Use Our International Factoring Expertise to Grow
Doing business internationally involves risk; however, you can rely on Factor Finders. Our knowledge and expertise will help you attract and retain new clients.
We Work with Many Industries in the International Marketplace
- Service providers
To compete internationally, you need constant and consistent cash flow. We can get you the funding you need! Contact us today.
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Factor Finders Offers Custom Invoice Factoring Solutions
Credit insurance approval for one client or several transactions
Collections your client’s currency
Factor Finders will work with your bank by negotiating terms to grant or extend financing for international receivables. Most financial institutions do not view international receivables as eligible collateral; however, we are experienced in such transactions and can be quite successful in working with your bank in order to help you grow your business. Learn more about our factoring services.
Benefits of Export Factoring
- Businesses can get the raw materials and supplies they need
- Qualifying for factoring is easier than qualifying for a bank loan
- Factoring adds stability to your cash flow
- You can purchase credit insurance for multiple accounts
Why Work with Factor Finders?
We work with an array of international factoring specialists who are experienced and knowledgeable. Our goal is to learn about your company, and, after discovering its specific needs, we match you with the international specialist that we know will be the best fit.
Our other factoring services include purchase order financing, export trade finance, credit letters, and credit insurance.