Commerce and small business
FACSA does not use as collateral the assets of its clients, but provide an advance on the accounts receivable in the current state. This allows the commercial sector to use factoring as a resource to settle accounts receivable in a much shorter time than it would take a normal recovery.
Inventory: Do not stop your sales cycle due to lack of inventory. FACSA converts your account receivables into liquidity to help you build inventory or to fulfill ongoing orders and keep your customer demands satisfied.
Production: Secure the funds for the purchase of raw materials and supplies needed to produce your goods. Consult with our advisors to learn how factoring is the solution for companies that not only sell but produce their own products as well.