Introduction to Invoice Finance

Introduction to Invoice Finance

Invoice finance is a collective term for the various types of receivable-based lending whereby a company uses their invoices as the principal security and collateral for funding. Mark expands on invoice finance and covers who is involved in the structure, why it exists and how it works.
Overview

Invoice finance is the collective term for various types of receivable based lending where a company uses their invoices as the principal security and collateral for funding. Invoice finance in the UK is a £20bn plus day-to-day funding market.

Key learning objectives:

  • Define Invoice finance and a Debenture

  • Discuss the parties involved and how IF works

  • Explain the benefits to each party and how financiers are paid

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Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson

Mark has spent most of his career within receivable finance working in some of the UK’s largest asset based lending, receivable and invoice finance businesses. Mark has recently transferred this experience into private equity and is now in the world of invoice finance fintech.

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