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Update: The Australian and New Zealand operations of Bibby Financial Services were acquired by Scottish Pacific Business Finance in late 2015 to create Australia’s largest non-bank invoice finance specialist. Welcome to our website.


Recent Scottish Pacific Business Finance posts

9 signs that your SME clients need business funding

  • Businesses that are expanding: growing pains can place massive pressure on business cash flow
  • Freeing up the family home: business requires more funds than available equity
  • Slow paying debtors: clients can sometimes take advantage of a good working relationship and draw out payments
  • Turning away new business: maxed out buying power
  • Outgrowing existing facilities: unable to increase funding lines
  • Dipping into personal funds: a reliance on personal funding to support the business can be unsustainable
  • Unable to meet commitments: falling behind with the ATO and into arrears with payroll and super
  • Succession: business transitions into the hands of new management which incurs additional costs
  • Turnaround: business owners that need time to recover from poor trading performance

Scottish Pacific Business Finance offers a range of funding solutions tailored to the size, age, industry and lifecycle of a business. 

If your clients are looking for cash flow solutions, contact your Scottish Pacific BDM to find out how we can help. New to Scottish Pacific? Call 1300 177 485 or request a call back here

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