As more brokers become aware of the opportunities debtor finance can offer their clients, it’s important for the industry to support them with insights and information to ensure that the time brokers invest will be productive.
Finance brokers have the most magical potential for content at their fingertips – customer stories. So often brokers forget this and use generic industry commentary, economic data and lender products, and pricing to communicate soullessly to customers and prospects. Boring!
Bibby Financial Services says brokers should offer debtor finance as a way to create a point of differentiation to the banks.
The Adviser speaks to Indefin co-owner and broker Chris Matthews about what debtor finance has done for his business.
Angus Sedgwick, CEO of The Invoice Market, explains his business’ point of difference from traditional debtor finance firms, and how brokers can benefit from offering its service.
Debtor finance specialist Bibby Financial Services has increased its maximum funding limit on progress claim finance to $1.5 million.
Australia’s first peer-to-peer invoice funding platform, The Invoice Market (TIM), has announced it has funded over $75 million in invoices to Australian businesses in its first year of operating.
Scottish Pacific has extended funding options for Australia and New Zealand SMEs with its new selective invoice finance offering.
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