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How to Establish Business Credit for the First Time

Access to business credit can be a lifeline when businesses most need it, providing cash flow for payroll, purchase of goods and services and investment into expansion. For new businesses, establishing credit is even more pertinent for building credibility, accessing finance and the separation of personal and business finances. So, how can companies with limited…

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Logistics Business Equipped with $6,000,000 Finance

A Canadian cold storage and logistics company has just been equipped with a $6,000,000 bulk factoring facility to strengthen their working capital position.  Referred directly to Sallyport by one of the big banks, our ability to run the arrangement via a borrowing base factoring facility was key to securing the business. The funds will be…

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$3,000,000 Creative Finance Solution for New Venture

As the existing finance partner for another company in the same group, Sallyport was the first choice when it came to funding this new venture. The finance company had grown much faster than forecasted and needed to find a provider to help them with funding new property lending opportunities. Our $3M senior facility will help…

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Understanding Accounts Receivable Turnover Ratio for Business

Accounts receivable turnover ratio, also known as debtor turnover ratio, is an accounting measure used to calculate how efficient a company is in managing credit and collecting receivables from its clients. This metric is used to show how many times a company’s accounts receivables (unpaid invoices) are collected and converted into cash during a specified…

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Renewables Business Reaffirms Growth with $30M Finance

A leading global producer of renewable fuels, distiller grains and alcohols has just been equipped with a $15,000,000 working capital facility with provision to increase to $30,000,000 as and when further working capital is required. Referred to Sallyport by an advisory firm after conventional lenders were unable to help, the facility will be used to…

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Understanding Business Acquisition Financing


At the simplest level, business acquisition financing is the capital that needs to be obtained for a company to purchase another business. This finance can be in the form of equity, debt or a combination of several financial solutions that get them the funding required to pursue the purchase of another business.  Why do Businesses…

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A Guide to Accounting for Factored Receivables (inc Example)

When you begin invoice factoring, your invoices are transferred to the factoring company for collection and they cease to be a debt (or liability) on your balance sheet. Accounting for factored receivables  involves different treatment to a traditional bank loan as these two financing arrangements have distinct characteristics and implications for the business’ financial statements.…

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