Receivables Funding

Bridge your cash flow gap.

Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business – to meet payroll and operating expenses as well as to invest in new opportunities such as hiring new employees or filling large orders. We help you flourish and compete with a steady stream of working capital through Receivables Funding, also called Factoring. Companies in the staffing, transportation, healthcare, manufacturing, oilfield services, and other industries find Receivables Funding to be a helpful solution.

In addition to helping you meet expenses, Receivables Funding can help your business:

  • Capitalize on new opportunities
  • Take on new contracts/customers
  • Eliminate cash flow volatility
  • Increase production capability with enhanced cash flow
  • Launch new business units

The Newbridge Advantage

  • Maximum Cash Available – by selling us your invoices, we can provide the maximum cash advance possible, often 95%. This additional cash flow can be the solution if your company does not fit all the requirements for traditional banks loans.
  • Unlimited Potential – with us, your funding is based on the creditworthiness of your customers, not your balance sheet.
  • Flexible – whether company size, age, high concentrations or a nonbankable industry, we’re not entrenched with rigid rules.
  • Convenient – you decide which and how many invoices to sell us, even which invoices on any particular customer with no minimum requirements. We’re here when you need us.
  • Transparent – no upfront fees, minimum monthly fees, or hidden fees.
  • Professional – we handle ongoing collection duties professionally and honor your client relationships with extraordinary service.
  • Execution Speed – We can fund within hours of the request once you are onboarded with a simple process.
  • Capital Certainty – We have the capital strength and ability to scale with you as your business grows.

 

Bottom line: we solve your financing needs so you can focus on running your business.

How It Works

Receivables Funding is when a business sells its A/R (accounts receivable) for a discount. It’s a fast and efficient way for a company to access working capital without waiting 90 days or more for customers to pay.