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Self-finance your Business Growth

Factoring in Brief

Is your company aiming to finance its own growth? Are you looking to expand abroad or simply to improve your financial scope? If so, factoring with Credit Suisse is your best option.

With this innovative form of financing, you sell or assign outstanding trade receivables to the bank. You can immediately put the liquidity to use in the company, increasing your flexibility so that you can utilize current market opportunities or finance investments for growth.

Up to 100% risk assumption

Financing using Credit Suisse factoring is based either on the actual purchase of your receivables or on the basis of an assignment credit. In both cases, this provides you with protection against debtor defaults within the framework of the limits agreed.

Customized products

Our factoring services are geared precisely to your needs. We will of course also take account of specific requests concerning receivables management, for example when conducting the reminder process. In the silent procedure, you are in charge of the reminder process in any case.

Many years of expertise

Our specialists have solid know-how in the factoring area and are familiar with markets and sectors. They will provide you with comprehensive advice to match your requirements.

Efficient online platform

You can meet all of your factoring needs online in FactoringNet. Our application enables you to call up the financing, generate reports, or electronically transmit invoice data.

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Now click on the button to find out how factoring can help you with your daily challenges.

Factoring – unsere Produktlösungen für Sie

Full Service Factoring

“Disclosed assignment,” i.e. assignment with notification to debtor, and balance-sheet-optimizing receivables purchase.

In-House Factoring

“Disclosed or undisclosed assignment,” i.e. assignment with or without notification to debtor is possible, and balance-sheetoptimizing receivables purchase.

In-House Factoring DUAL

“Dislosed or undisclosed assignment,” i.e. assignment with or without notification to debtor is possible, and balance-sheetoptimizing, reveivables purchase and individual hedging of delcredere risks.

Business Easy Factoring

“Disclosed or undisclosed assignment,” i.e. assignment with orwithout notification to debtor is possible, and on the basis of a credit.

Use various management elements to simulate the balance sheet and P&L values corresponding to your situation. Changes are shown immediately.

* Disclaimer
Results depend on both the information you provide and on assumptions and benchmarks. They are purely indicative and non-binding in nature. Therefore, the information provided here does not constitute a guarantee.

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