Inventory (stock) financing is similar to accounts receivable (debtor) financing, except the business's current inventory is used as collateral for the secured loan. You can anticipate a very conservative valuation of your inventory and a maximum loan amount that is somewhat less than 100 percent of the lender's valuation figure. Our average discounting would allow lending of up to 50 percent of the discounted value. A manufacturer's inventory, consisting of component parts and other unfinished materials, might be only 30 percent. The key factor is the merchant ability of the inventory - how quickly and for how much money could the inventory be sold. These loans are typically extended to existing Accounts Receivable financing clients. The loans are short-term and the interest rates are similar to those for accounts receivable lending. The most common use of inventory financing (stock financing) is for the purchase of new inventory, especially when an upcoming season requires that you keep additional inventory in stock.
Inventory Financing (stock financing) is offered by these branches: Illinois, Florida, England