Commercial Factoring: Are Clients Receiving All the Money to Which They Are Entitled?

Commercial Factoring: Are Clients Receiving All the Money to Which They Are Entitled? | Bart Eagle

{6:40 minutes to read} Factoring, a form of commercial lending, typically offers two types of services to its clients: a degree of credit protection and providing the company with the ability to borrow against its assigned receivables. Factoring is especially prevalent in industries involving the manufacture and sale of consumer goods, such as the garment, furniture, and shoe industries. Companies in these industries are often faced with the need to raise money in order to finance their operations and to produce the following year’s line of products before the current year’s products have sold.

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