See below our latest video where our CEO Richard Pepler talks through the automated digital solutions we have developed to help intermediaries who identify invoice finance, factoring or invoice discounting as a good option for their clients.
We visited our London based customer, designer fashion brand Hope & Ivy, to speak to company founder Beth Chilton about the business, and why they decided to leave their bank to begin working with us here at Optimum Finance.
It’s all too easy to take your eye off the bauble over the festive period when running a business only to find the bank account is not looking sparkly as your Christmas jumper at the end of the month. When examining cash flow trends in SMEs – it’s clear that December and January are danger …read more
Watch as Optimum Finance CEO, Richard Pepler explains what cash flow finance is.
Watch as Optimum Finance CEO, Richard Pepler explains why you should choose Optimum Finance.
Being an SME owner manager means being not just a jack, but often a master of all trades as you swap between your core business function to HR, accounting, credit control, financial planning, logistics, web design – the list could go on and on. If not managed sensibly, this can quickly lead to business burn …read more
Check out our latest mini video, where our CEO Richard Pepler explains what invoice factoring is.
Invoice finance specialist Optimum Finance has provided funding to support an MBO by leading UK vegetation management, fencing and landscaping firm ATM. Managing director Clive Freeman and his senior management team constructed the deal worth £350,000 following an 18-month transition which saw ATM split from former parent company US-based DeAngelo Bros with the support of …read more
In our latest mini video, our CEO Richard Pepler talks about what our debtor protection service is and how it can protect you if any of your customers cease to trade.
The UK drinks market has boomed in recent years. The gin category alone achieved record sales of £2.2 billion in the summer of 2018 according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA), while the whisky market has seen an increase in sales of premium blends of 3.1 per cent. A plethora of start-up businesses …read more