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For quick cashflow solutions Australia-wide

Business Working Capital - Professional Fee Funding

Professional Fee Funding

Professional fees paid on time and in full keeps your working capital buoyant.

Business Working Capital - Insurance Premium Funding

Insurance Premium Funding

Insurance payments made easy 24/7 all year round. Ask us how.

Business Working Capital - Invoice Factoring Finance

Invoice Finance

Having issues with cash flow due to unpaid invoices?

Looking for Best Priced Factoring Facility?

  There are things SME’s can do to help themselves get a better priced offer for debtor finance and other working capital facilities. Factoring and Invoice Finance can be a very useful tool to finance an operating business but there are things business owners can do to reduce the cost.  

Rate Versus Value – What to Consider

    Click here for a very good briefing on what to consider when looking at different rates charged for debtor finance and especially the cost / benefit that needs to be considered

Factoring Finance Saves a Construction Company

By using receivables finance to convert their unpaid sales invoices into liquid capital this business STAYED in business

Fast Growing Kitchen Manufacturer Needs Growth Capital to Take on Major Project

A fast growing kitchen manufacturer was running out of capital and his growth was about to stall until Nova Business Finance provided working capital to growth the business using their unpaid sales invoices

Business Working Capital - Insurance Premium Funding

Want to Fund a Buy Out? Invoice Finance Might be Your Answer

Have a read of this Case Study on explaining a real life example where using the unpaid sales to expand and grow businesses


Family Owned Transport – An Invoice Finance Case Study

Read this interesting post on debtor finance in a small transport company and how was used to save a business and provide for future growth  

Sales Trend Forecasts for 2016

Click hereĀ for an interesting article on trend forecasts for 2016.