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Customer Financing, Invoice Financing and Factoring

You sell on credit terms between 30 and 60 days from invoice, from month end, or similar credit terms.

This means you have good paying customers that will only be paying you in 30 days times, 60 days time or even up to 90 days past invoice date.

You can covert these good paying customers into ‘cash customers’ by having a Funder pay you 75% of the current debtors book & then new invoices once you have delivered the goods or completed the service, and your customer has signed the Proof of Delivery, service note, or similar document.

The balance of 25% is paid to you once the customers settles the invoices.

Two types of Customer Financing:
Choice 1:

You are paid the 75% and you continue to do all collections of the Debtors Book. The Funder has no control on how well the Debtors Book is being collected and no sight of how well the Debtors Book is ‘ageing’.

Due to the limited access to the Debtors Book, the perceived risk a Funder has is higher, and therefore the financing costs are higher too.

Typical costing is around 3.5% to 6% a month, depending on how strong your customer base is.

Choice 2

You are paid the 75% and the Funder provides a service to collect the monthly Debtors Book. The Funder has increased control on how well the Debtors Book is being collected and has sight of how well the Debtors Book is ‘ageing’.

Due to the increased access to the Debtors Book, the perceived risk a Funder has is lower, and therefore the financing costs are lower too.

Typical costing is around 3% to 3.5% a month, depending on how strong your customer base is.

Property Refinancing:

This allows you to release equity / money tied up in a property. This saves you tens of thousands in estate agency fees and saves you loss of future value growth in the property.

The Lender will settle any outstanding bond and give you between 50% and 80% of the valuation value once they have registered their security bond, as either a fixed business loan or a revolving business loan.

A fixed loan is normally repayable between 3 years and 7 years. A revolving loan means you only repay the interest on what you used that month.

Examples: Property Valuation of R2m, and a R300k outstanding loan.

R2m x 80% = total loan of R1,6m.

R300k paid to bank to settle loan, and R1.3m paid to you.

Revolving Loan
Full usage of the R1.6m for a month = R24,000 per month

*Remember, you only pay for what you use every month.

Fixed Loan
5 year loan could typically work out to be cR38.900 a month


Business Loan : R100,000 to R5m

Fixed Term Loan

A fixed rate loan is a form of credit issued by a Lender that provides a fixed repayment amount over an agreed period i.e. R10,000 per month for 12 months to repay a loan. Borrowers can predict their future payments with accuracy since the payments are fixed.


Revolving Loan:

A revolving loan is a form of credit issued by a Lender that provides you with the ability to draw down or withdraw, repay, and withdraw again. You only pay for what you have used that month.  A revolving loan is considered a flexible tool due to its repayment and re-borrowing accommodations.

Revolving Loans have a slightly higher interest rate due to its increased flexibility.


Beyond Banks

Establishing a Business Credit Score That Is Rock Solid


Even if there is a wide selection of business loans available for entrepreneurs to pick from, it is not always simple to know which one to select or even where to begin the process.

If you are searching for a loan for a new business endeavor or for expansion purposes, learning as much as possible about this issue will assist you to make wise borrowing decisions for your company.

We will walk you through some of the most important considerations that you need to make, and with any luck, we can get you started on the path to successful fundraising!

If you’ve ever filed for a bond, purchased a vehicle, or even rented an apartment, it’s possible that you’ve already had direct experience with the influence that your credit score may have over the activities that make up your day-to-day life. However, were you aware that your personal credit score is also a significant factor in the process of obtaining a loan for your business?

A good credit score acts similar to an all-access pass, allowing you to pursue any and all of your financial goals.

Credit ratings and reports for businesses let lenders and suppliers evaluate the likelihood that they will be repaid on time by the business.

When it comes to things like company insurance, business loans, and payment conditions with suppliers, the importance of your business credit score cannot be overstated. A higher score might result in advantageous financial arrangements and reduced interest rates. On the other side, having a low score might make it more challenging to find banks, insurers, and vendors that are eager to do business with your company.

The first stage in the process of growing your business is to become familiar with your score. The following is information that you should be aware of about business credit ratings and company credit reports:

What exactly is a credit score for a company?

Your company’s creditworthiness may be evaluated using a number of different indicators, including its payment history, the amount of accessible credit, and any judgments, such as bankruptcy.

What exactly is a credit report for a company?

Your business credit score is included in a business credit report, in addition to other information that might pertain to your organization.

How exactly are credit ratings for businesses determined?

Payment information is often gathered by business credit bureaus from a variety of sources, including but not limited to suppliers, banks, data-gathering trade groups, and business credit card issuers.

The scoring models used by the various bureaus are different, but in general, they take into account the following factors:

·         A record of past payments made to creditors and sellers.

·         The number of employees at your organization as well as its age.

·         The age of your account.

·         Credit utilization.

·         There is a possibility of failure inside your sector.

What is considered a good credit score for a business?

In most cases, a higher credit score for a company is beneficial, however, the exact meaning of this varies slightly amongst credit bureaus.

What information can you expect to see within a Business Credit Report?

The following data may be discovered inside the confines of the Business Credit Report:

·         Names of the Directors

·         Director Identification Number

·         Business Registration Number

·         Business Name

·         Business Address

How can I raise the score on my business’s credit report?

It takes time to improve your company credit score, just like it does to improve your personal credit score. The reason for this is that the information that gets reported to bureaus is slightly delayed, and as a result, it might take up to a month or longer for any changes you make to your information to show. Your score will not be updated until these modifications have been reflected in the system.

The following are some of the ways in which you may keep your score high:

·         Maintain frequent oversight of your credit reports.

·         Make sure that the information is correct and up to date before using it.

·         Always make your payments to your creditors on time.

·         Pay off your debt to bring down the overall sum.

·         Reduce your reliance on revolving lines of credit.

·         Put an end to cash flow problems.

·         Make sure you don’t miss any payments. Always make on-time payments to your creditors, and if you are unable to do so, ensure that you have open communication with them so that a suitable payment arrangement may be made. If you are able to communicate in a way that is both straightforward and open, the majority of your creditors will be understanding.

·         Make sure the directors keep their accounts in good shape. On a company’s credit report, delinquencies caused by directors will be reflected. Make sure that all of the directors are current with their account payments and that none of them have any unfavorable judgments or collections listed against their names.

·         Maintain a positive relationship with other companies. Always make sure that you are dealing in good faith with others, and always pay your bills on time.

Why is it necessary for my company to get a credit score?

Establishing and enhancing a company’s credit is beneficial for a number of different reasons. Here are several examples:

·         Better terms on business loans: Having a strong credit score for your company might boost your chances of securing a loan or line of credit for your company on terms that are to your advantage.

·         Reduced premiums for business insurance: The expenses of business insurance might become prohibitively expensive as your company expands. A strong credit score for the company might assist keep charges at a lower level.

·         More lenient payment conditions negotiated with suppliers: Trade credit terms refer to the amount of time that has to pass between the delivery of products and the payment that must be made to a vendor or supplier.

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