Does Financing Your Sales & Cash Flow Needs Seem Like A Constant Duel To The Finish?
Information on how invoice cash, also known as factoring or invoice discounting can assist Canadian firms with working capital turnover and cash flow solutions for greater growth and profits . Our recommended strategy : Confidential A/R Financing
Invoice cash - How can Canadian companies address the problem of growth and lack of working capital. The majority of any firm’s liquid assets are tied up in accounts receivable. Over the years customer that paid in 30 days now take 60 or 90 days to pay your firm. This then places tremendous pressure on working capital. Thats the problem - is there a solution.
How can a Canadian business owner of financial manager determine when working capital is tightening? They are some very basic calcs you can perform. There are a number of great indicators you can monitor - here is one - it’s the ' Collection Period ‘. Simply take your accounts receivable and divide you your average daily credit sales the longer your Collection period number is the greater attention you need to pay to working capital. Receivables are a huge component of working capital. So what if you had a solution to obtain all the working capital you needed based on current and projected sales growth?
That solution is invoice cash, or the immediate factoring or discounting of your accounts receivable. If you have no bank line with a Canadian chartered bank, by sacrificing a couple of percentage points in your gross margin, you can immediately monetize your accounts receivable.
The ' challenge ' - if we can call it that, in the Canadian marketplace is simply setting up the right invoice cash facility. We advise our clients on focusing on a ' non notification ' facility. Factoring , or invoice cash, or accounts receivable discounting, came to Canada via the U.S. and Europe , where the process has been in practice hundreds of years . Canadian business owners are less willing to turn over their accounts receivable function to a third party finance firm.
We therefore focus on non- notification solutions for clients - a financing facility where you can bill and collect your own receivables, and still get daily, weekly, or monthly advances ( It's your choice ) on your accounts receivable .
An ever better option is to marry an invoice cash facility with an inventory financing facility - you'll be able to finance your inventory also. That means only one more thing - additional cash flow and working capital.
Speak to an experienced, trusted business financing advisor on your options for Invoice Cash, also known as factoring, in Canada. Putting together the right type of facility will allow you to generate needed working capital and cash flow to run ( and grow!) your business .
7 Park Avenue Financial :
Business financing for Canadian Firms , specializing in working capital, cash flow, asset based financing , Equipment Leasing , franchise finance and Cdn. Tax Credit Finance . Founded 2004 - Completed in excess of 100 Million $ of financing for Canadian corporations .
7 Park Avenue Financial
South Sheridan Executive Centre
2910 South Sheridan Way
Office = 905 829 2653
Stan has had a successful career with some of the world’s largest and most successful corporations.
Prior to founding 7 Park Avenue Financial in 2004 his employers over the last 25 years were, ASHLAND OIL, ( 1977-1980) DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION, ( 1980-1990) ) CABLE & WIRELESS PLC,( 1991 -1993) ) AND HEWLETT PACKARD ( 1994-2004 ) He is an expert in Canadian Business Financing.
Stan has over 40 years of business and finance executive experience. He has been recognized as a credit/financial executive for three of the largest technology companies in the world; Hewlett-Packard, Digital Equipment and Cable & Wireless. Stan has had in depth, hands on experience in assessing and evaluating thousands of companies that are seeking financing and expansion. He has been instrumental in helping many companies progress through every phase of financing, mergers & acquisitions, sales and marketing and human resources. Stan has worked with startups and public corporations and has many times established the financial wherewithal of organizations before approving millions of dollars of financing facilities and instruments on behalf of his employers.]