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Regency Factors

Businesses are missing out

30 August 2017 10:45

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Research from the Federation of Small Businesses has shown that the impact of late payments on SME's and the self employed are crushing. Their research has shown that the issue causes more than 35% of small businesses to run into cashflow difficulties whilst more than 30% have been forced to use their overdraft facilities.

At the more extreme end of situations, the cashflow issues can cause businesses to fail. The FSB estimates that this issue has caused more than 50,000 businesses to close annually.

Despite most small businesses being savvy about cashflow, the majority of late payments (84%) to small businesses and the self-employed are more than two weeks late, with an average delay of about six weeks. It’s worth being aware that large businesses are the most likely to pay late – 61% of late payments are from large private firms.

Regency have found that late payments have caused our clients to use our facilities on an increasing basis. We have been able to support clients through hard times, allowing them to concentrate on their business, not just their cashflow as clients know that they will receive payments for their invoices immediately, allowing growth.


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Rachel Craft

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Email: rcraft@regencyfactors.com


About Regency Factors

We are a specialist SME lender and proponents of SME Growth across the UK.

For more than 20 years we have been structuring innovative financial solutions for our clients, many of whom today trust us with their invoice finance, trade finance, asset finance and purchase finance needs.

Our goal is to help businesses to grow, to put decades of professional financial expertise to work to ensure that this happens. We understand British businesses more than most.

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