Asset Based Finance Demystified

A Guide To Asset Based Finance

Asset Based Finance is a generic term used to describe funding against a range of corporate assets including accounts receivable, inventory, plant and machinery, real property and sometimes even intellectual property and brands.

In order to better understand the different asset based finance products available, and how they may meet your finance needs, we have created a guide which will walk you through the products and the reasons different products can benefit you in different ways.

The Business Finance Guide

The Asset Based Finance Association is pleased to be a partner in the new Business Finance Guide – a journey from startup to growth, which sets out the main things to consider and outlines sources of finance available to businesses – ranging from start-ups to SMEs and growing mid-sized companies.
The guide includes several tools and ideas, as well as explanatory videos to help businesses consider their options, make decisions and plan how they will finance expansion.
The new guide can be accessed online at: www.thebusinessfinanceguide.co.uk/abfa

ICAEW Growth Through Asset Based Finance

The ICAEW have independently authored their 65th guideline for accountant Members on Asset Based Finance and how it can be utilised to help businesses of all sizes and industries grow. The guide include worked examples and case studies to bring to life the real applications of this form of finance.
The new guide can be accessed online here.