Updated 4 years ago by Darshan Patel

Factoring is a form of receivables finance or purchase, in which sellers of goods and services sell their receivables (represented by outstanding invoices) at a discount to a finance provider (commonly known as the ‘factor’). A key differentiator of factoring is that usually the finance provider becomes responsible for managing the debtor portfolio and collecting the payment of the underlying receivables.

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