A merchant cash advance (MCA) isn’t a loan, but rather a cash advance based upon the sales deposited in a business’ merchant account. MCA funders evaluate risk and weight credit criteria differently than other lenders because it’s heavily driven on the revenue of a business and the management of a merchant’s bank account vs. personal/business credit or assets. Learn more
Why Factoring? Factoring is an asset-based lending procedure that provides a flexible advancing process. We offer it as an option for business owners who know that working capital is a necessary resource but don’t want to risk impeding their future growth. Learn more
Inventory and purchase order financing are alternative funding options that provide capital for businesses that do not qualify for traditional bank loans. This financing product is specific to financing ordered inventory. Learn more
Chief Reconciliation Officer The Chief Reconciliation Officer’s main role is to maintain correct accounting of the purchase of future receivables and assist our customers with payment and balance information while facilitating the reconciliation process pursuant to the terms of the Future Receivables Purchase Agreement.