Know-how, soundness and flexibility. Thanks to these values, we can help finance your business by advancing your receivables claimed from customers.
Receivables advance payment, payment guarantee and mitigation of risk that debtor will be insolvent. We develop tailored solutions, allowing you to meet your working capital needs, so that you can optimise your activities, focussing on developing business relationships.
We satisfy the need to provide credit to businesses, by offering all businesses operating in Poland various factoring solutions.
Thanks to our experience, we help businesses optimise the customer-debtor relationship and reduce supply chain risk, by transferring the risk of non-payment of your foreign customer to us; we handle receivables collection management directly.
Our services are intended for businesses that bill structured Polish companies, looking to factor their trade receivables. We manage collection and administration, so that the assignor company may receive an advance of assigned trade receivables.
We provide medium and large companies full assistance for managing supply chain payables, helping the company find the right solution for its needs.
We offer companies the option of purchasing receivables outright, assigning the credit risk and any late payment to us.
We guarantee the supplier payment on the due date of assigned receivables, offering the buyer the option of obtaining a further payment extension.
We provide the option of financing through an advance on future receivables, arising out of contracts entered into with corporate customers.
We help businesses perform their services to Polish State Entities, by managing and factoring the trade receivables portfolio to obtain required cash funds.
A significant increase in the company’s sales revenue, thanks to disposal of trade receivables and optimisation of working capital.
It means preventing the risk of receivables loss due to any customer financial difficulties.
Advance payment of receivables supports the investment processes, optimising the use of external funds.