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The future for small businesses relies on being able to access capital for financing future growth. First Sentinel is focused on solving immediate cash flow challenges. We provide business loans and invoice purchasing services for selected corporate clients.
- Business Loans: First Sentinel provides varying loan sizes to SMEs with a daily payback plan, always working alongside our clients to ensure their business can grow.
- Invoice Purchasing: First Sentinel purchases the invoices of corporates in the crash repair, civil engineering and mining sectors, providing needed capital and addressing the cash flow challenges of SMEs.
First Sentinel provides lending services where many traditional banks fall short. Increasingly, small to medium size business are seeking alternative funding in order to grow their firms and solve their cash flow challenges. Via our experience in Corporate Finance, we perform due diligence on our lending clients to ensure they meet the profile for lending. First Sentinel also has the wherewithal to provide growth capital via equity in particular cases.
As investors seek to diversify risk and improve their yield in this low interest rate environment, invoice factoring can offer an innovative and appealing investment opportunity. So long as appropriate and efficient credit scoring processes are in place, an investment in invoice factoring could generate outsized returns when compared to
Invoice factoring is an established form of business lending that can help certain SMEs by offering a reliable payment cycle and a better management of their cash flow requirements. Invoice factoring enables businesses to convert their accounts receivable into immediate cash, rather than having to wait to receive payment. This
Despite making up nearly half of the UK’s private sector employment and contributing £1.8trn to the British economy every year, SMEs often struggle to secure the working capital they need to reach their full growth potential. This situation has become more acute in the wake of the financial crisis. Over