Optimise Working Capital
Reduce the strain on your cash position by optimising your days payable outstanding without passing the burden down to your suppliers!
Looking to improve your cash conversion cycle?
Perhaps your receivables collection profile is slightly longer than you would like? Or maybe your business needs to hold inventory for a while, yet you still have to pay suppliers early because they won’t give you credit or won’t survive longer payment terms.
We understand the pain of this mismatch and how it is putting a strain on your working capital. Thankfully, Finverity has a solution for that!
By implementing a Supply Chain Finance facility with Finverity, your suppliers get paid immediately after the goods/ services have been received and accepted by you. Meanwhile, we work together to identify and implement the most optimal payment terms based on your cash cycle needs to release your working capital.
The fact that we are a platform gives us certain advantages. We are able to work with Funders around the world to find those who understand your business and will finance it a competitive price. Further, having multiple Funders means that you are not at risk of suddenly getting your facility pulled.
We are not a bank, which means we actually care about our customers. Our platform offers a variety of free tools allowing you to optimise internal processes on top of the financing. We grow our facility to support you as your needs increase, building a long and fruitful partnership!
As an official SAP partner and a technology-focused firm, our team has vast experience in ERP and Accounting System integration. We will work with your team to set up a workflow that will minimise disruption to your daily operations and automate processes.
Finverity and Investec launch collaboration to channel onward lending to African SMEs
National Bank of Fujairah (NBF), one of the leading banks in the UAE trade finance landscape, today announced the launch of a partnership to grow supply chain finance (SCF) and account receivables (AR) finance volumes in the MENA region.
From a credit risk perspective, the lifecycle of a Supply Chain Finance (“SCF”) or Accounts Receivables (“AR”) deal can be broken down into a number of specific steps, namely deal review and approval, client onboarding, deal execution, ongoing credit monitoring, and closure.