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New Developments in the World of Secured Lending Due Diligence

23:31 30 October in Blog by Capstone

The due diligence process is an essential component of secured lending. It is one of the most significant preliminary steps before proceeding with any business transaction and identifies potential risks and opportunities, ensuring it is beneficial to all parties involved.  The secured lending industry is...

Setting Yourself Apart from Other Financial Brokers

13:10 09 October in Blog, Broker Resources by Capstone

Breaking through the noise in a crowded and competitive market segment is a growing challenge for financial brokers and ISOs.  Your competitors are promoting their businesses frequently, adding ever more noise to your market segment. This makes it very difficult for clients to differentiate one financial...

Understanding the Typical Types of Factoring

09:13 26 September in Blog, Business Funding by Capstone

Accounts receivable factoring, aka invoice factoring, is a financial tool used by small and medium-sized businesses to help them maintain steady cash flow. Businesses convert their outstanding company invoices to immediate cash flow through a third-party financial intermediary known as a factoring company (“factor”).  Factors fund...

Strategies to Offset Factoring Costs

15:56 25 August in Blog by Capstone

Small and medium-sized businesses turn to invoice factoring as a way to manage their cash flow.  The ability to obtain immediate cash, instead of waiting 60+ days for their customer to pay an invoice helps business owners fund operations, pay employees, purchase materials and supplies,...

Reverse Factoring and Supply Chain Finance

14:17 14 August in Blog, Broker Resources by Capstone

Businesses, large and small, will face cash flow problems at one point or another within their supply chains. Sufficient financing options for these businesses are increasingly difficult to come by as supply chains continue to become increasingly complex and evolve in the wake of tighter...

How to Perform a Cash Flow Analysis for Your Business

12:55 01 August in Blog by Capstone

Cash flow is the lifeblood for any business. It is needed to sustain operations, meet financial obligations, pay employees, maintain adequate inventory levels, and enable growth.  Generally, revenues and profits will not coincide with cash inflows and outflows meaning that a business can be profitable;...

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