Accounts Receivable and Payable Monetization

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Improved cash flow with accounts receivable monetization


Accounts receivable monetization

Accounts receivable monetization, also known as factoring1, involves selling your invoices to the Bank. It allows you to leverage your accounts receivable to improve your cash management

  • Improves your company's cash flow by reducing the time between paying suppliers and collecting receivables 
  • Frees up additional liquidity needed for rapid growth
  • Improves your company's capital structure
  • Reduces bad credit risk

Accounts payable monetization

Accounts payable monetization, also known as reverse factoring, is designed to improve your cash flow.

  • Provides liquidity through prepayment of your accounts payable
  • Allows you to negotiate discounts with your suppliers
  • Makes it possible to obtain longer payment terms for your purchases
  • Provides a complementary liquidity source for your suppliers
  • Increases loyalty among strategic suppliers

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