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Bending But Not Breaking in Factoring?

The factoring industry is unique. If we had to write a mission statement for what we do it would read something like – “To provide cash flow to businesses to sustain and expand their operations”. The cash flow that factoring … Continue reading

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Projecting Your Success in Factoring

By reading the headline of this article one would assume that I will be expressing pearls of wisdom about how to become an instant success in the factoring industry. It’s really easy, right? All you need to do is to … Continue reading

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NBC Smart Money Talk Radio

Listen to our EVP and COO Adam Lomax talk about how Oxygen Funding helps small businesses with their cash flow and business growth. NBC’s Smart Money Talk Radio

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Fighting An Uphill Battle

Have you ever heard the saying that perception is reality? Although I’ve written tons of articles, spoken at numerous SBA and financing workshops while preaching the benefits of invoice factoring, I’m still amazed about how our industry is perceived in … Continue reading

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Invoice Factors and Banks

One of the most common slogans you’ll see on any factoring company’s website is how they are better than most banks in getting businesses working capital. Conventional thinking is that banks qualify prospective clients based on the financial stability of … Continue reading

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The Balancing Act of Factoring Invoices

In past articles I have addressed the need for understanding your client’s business as well as having a consistent set of policies and procedures to ensure you effectively manage the risk of factoring invoices. However, what happens when you run … Continue reading

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Credit Trends From Both Sides of the Deal

One the most important aspects in closing any new factoring deal is approving the credit quality of the account debtors. At the end of the day, these are the folks that will be paying you for the invoices your client … Continue reading

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Audio: Funding options that are working today.

Adam Lomax, our Executive Vice-President and COO, recently discussed funding options for growing businesses (both startup and established businesses). The link below is that conversation which provides a helpful overview of what is working today to fuel business growth. A … Continue reading

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The Sales vs. Underwriting Dilemma

I’ve written a bunch of articles about what to look for when funding a new client. Whether it’s proper notification or having an ironclad factoring agreement, you should always have a consistent set of due diligence procedures that adequately protects … Continue reading

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Why Factoring Works

Working capital-Every business needs it but at what cost? One of the main reasons why I enjoy working in the factoring business is that the concept is simple and easy to understand. Factoring companies provide businesses with working capital by … Continue reading

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