About Our Factoring
Factoring is a form of asset-based lending that involves the purchase and collection of your accounts receivable. It’s a strategy to put the cash you expect to receive from customers into your hands faster.
Auxilium's factoring program has five components
Factoring is a way for you to accelerate cash flow and improve collections from customers that owe you money. It’s also a strategy that overcomes the challenge of being unable to obtain a conventional loan because we’ll provide financing based on the creditworthiness of your accounts receivable rather than your financial statements.
Let’s say you have issued $100,000 worth of receivables that won’t be due for another 60 days. We can loan against these receivables as soon as they are created to provide you with up to 80% of their value ($80,000)—speeding up your cash flow and enhancing the ability of your business to grow. You get the balance of the invoice amount when your customers pay us, so you incur no long-term debt.
There are banks that may lend against your accounts receivable, but they do not provide the additional services included without additional cost through our factoring program.
In a nutshell, when you engage us to be your factor, we actually become your accounts receivable department. We handle collections, and provide you with the ability to see and manage all your receivables online. We’ll modernize your accounts receivable and serve as your credit department, performing unlimited credit checks as needed. As an added bonus, we insure your eligible receivables—so you can sleep easy knowing that your customers’ ability to pay will not affect your ability to collect those payments.
Purchase Order Financing Services
Auxilium's purchase order financing program provides your suppliers with assurance that they will get paid when they ship your goods, eliminating the need for upfront deposits and leaving your working capital unencumbered throughout the entire manufacturing process.
Purchase order financing can provide up to 100% of the cost of pre-sold goods, plus the associated costs of transportation, customs and duties, thereby improving your cash flow and reducing the need for additional equity investments that dilute ownership. In sum, you will never have to pass up another opportunity because of insufficient capital.