Pulse Cashflow Finance have announced the addition of Trade Finance to their portfolio of funding solutions. The extension to their offering is designed to further support UK businesses who rely on purchasing finished goods from overseas or UK suppliers.
Clients benefitting from Pulse Cashflows Trade Finance solution will be able to confidently purchase finished goods from their suppliers enabling them to continue selling safe in the knowledge that they can fulfil their customer orders. Clients will be able to combine their invoice finance facility with a trade finance solution to provide a comprehensive funding package to meet a wider range of client requirements.
The firm has set itself an ambitious growth plan with investment planned across many areas of the business. During 2021, they have aligned with their sister company, invested in expanding their sales team and added new funding solutions to their portfolio as they commit to delivering their range of flexible funding facilities to businesses looking to access funding to realise their growth plans.
Toni Dare, Managing Director, Pulse Cashflow said: “Trade Finance is an important addition to our offering. UK businesses need all round funding support to capitalise on the growing opportunities as they arise. Enabling UK businesses to confidently fund the upfront purchase of goods gives them the freedom to stretch their ambitions and grow their businesses with confidence. Used in conjunction with our invoice finance solution it provides access to a larger pool of funds and the flexibility to support a range of business needs”.
The addition of Trade Finance means the firm can now offer a broader funding portfolio to meet the varying needs of UK businesses from start-ups through to businesses turning over £20m+ who are looking for funding facilities up to £2.5m. Their funding portfolio also includes Invoice Discounting and Factoring with inclusive bad debt protection and both confidential and disclosed facilities. In addition, they also offer One Fee Finance for smaller businesses seeking facilities of up to £100k and ICON (In Case of Need) for clients who require additional funding at specific times in their trading cycle.
Pulse Cashflow have strengthened their business in recent years with the backing of their supportive parent and remain committed to supporting businesses through the certainty of funding in good times and bad. With strong funding and a keen appetite to do business, they are looking forward to 2022 being a year of continued growth.
As Toni concludes: “As the market continues to return to pre pandemic levels, access to flexible funding solutions is more vital than ever. With businesses committed to repaying Covid loans, they need to seek out flexible funding solutions which can support all areas of their business as they continue pushing forward their growth plans”.