Invoice Discounting

Turn your invoices into cash

Another innovative solution to unlocking working capital is something we call invoice discounting. In simple terms,

  • we take over your invoices and pay you a portion of their value in cash
  • and collect the money from your debtors when payment is due
  • and pay you back the balance of the invoice less the interest charged

It’s an easy way to raise cash quickly in order to exploit a new business opportunity, while saving time and labour.

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Why Invoice Discounting is good for you:

Speeds Up Working Capital

It‘s one of the fastest ways to access liquid capital. You could have cash in as little as 24 hours.

Saves Time and Labour

We do all the following up and chasing of payments with your debtors, so you can focus on growing your business.

Saves You Money

Invoice discounting helps you pay suppliers faster and to negotiate those all-important early settlement discounts.

How it works:


Submit your invoices on our online portal, we verify your invoice, and then we payout a percentage of your invoice directly into your bank account.


We typically advance 70% of the invoice value upfront and then advance the other 30% less the fee charged as soon as the customer has paid.


We charge a fixed interest charge for each invoice value for each month that the invoice is outstanding.

It's right for you if...

If you have a debtors book that you give your clients payment terms of 30 to 60 days.

If you have more than 5 debtors/customers on your debtors book and no single customer is more than 30% of your total book size.

If your debtors are frequent customers that you supply on an ongoing basis.

If your debtors book has not been ceded or used as collateral for other debt facilities.

You are currently cash only and would like to start giving terms to your clients.

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Still have questions?

Find answers to frequently asked questions below, or get in touch if you have a new question!

What if I have ceded my debtors book to the bank already?

What security is needed for Invoice Discounting?

Won't my customers think that my business is in trouble when they discover that I am discounting my debtor's book?

I've got a close relationship with my customers. How will they react when Geddes Capital's Invoice Discounting starts dealing with them?

Will the administrative charges and interest rates erode my margins?

What is the difference between Invoice Discounting and Factoring?

Will I lose control of my collections?

Can I use Invoice Discounting on an ad hoc basis?

What are the costs associated with Invoice Discounting?

How do you interact with customers?

Who handles everything?

What is invoice discounting?

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