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Invoice Finance is a straightforward process, and it begins with you raising your invoice for goods or services as usual. Once you’ve raised the invoice, a copy is sent straight to us at Hitachi Capital Invoice Finance. We will give you up to 90% of the invoice amount within 24 hours and the remaining 10% of the invoice once we've received full payment from your customer.
We offer an Invoice Factoring solution whereby we collect the payments on your behalf managed by our team of expert credit controllers so you can focus on running your business. Our Confidential Invoice Discounting solution is offered to businesses who want to maintain their own credit control processes, therefore this remains strictly confidential so your customers are unaware of our involvement.
A great way to secure business expansion
21:57, July 01, 2020
Very impressed from start to finish. Would recommend to anyone looking for a factoring company!
11:09, June 18, 2020
The best Invoice Finance Provider
16:20, April 15, 2020
Usual good service
07:11, March 04, 2020
We were the first provider to offer a one fee solution from 0.45% to 5% of your turnover depending on the size of your business. Our Inspired Cashflow product comes with
You can use our invoice calculator to give you an estimate of price and to understand how much cash you could release back in to your business by using Invoice Finance.
UK based Small-to-Medium sized businesses (SMEs) with the following criteria:
We cater for a wide range of sectors, including manufacturing, transport, professional services and recruitment.
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Help and support for SMEs with cashflow concerns or questions.
Read our brief guide to understand a bit more about what Invoice Factoring does
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