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Factoring – Self-Financing International Growth

Many exporting SMEs find themselves confronted by longer and longer payment terms or – in a worst case scenario – by a client defaulting. What's more, payment periods differ widely, depending on the sector and exporting country. If, in addition, a major debtor defaults, this could result in a liquidity squeeze that threatens the company's entire existence.

A factoring solution hedges precisely these risks whilst simultaneously providing liquidity that would otherwise be tied up in receivables, says Uwe Pfeffer, Head of Factoring Finance at Credit Suisse AG.

You can find out more about how factoring works as an individual hedging solution and how international growth can be financed by watching his video interview with Matthew Gehring, CEO of Lagam SA.

Lagam SA supplies more than 200 clients in 40 countries with polymer-based quality products (interview in German and English).

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