Client Stories

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.

  • When it's famine or feast, Selective Invoice Finance can off...
    To deal with the “boom or bust” factor in the mining industry, mining service businesses need to be backed by finance facilities that help them to ride out the troughs and take advantage of the peaks SME busin...
  • Family Business Barking Up The Right Tree To Secure Growth
    This Victorian garden mulch supplier, a family business run by three brothers, says debtor finance was the best way for them to free up short term capital to allow the business to expand. The family business i...
  • Ink business finds a way to grow without signing away the fa...
    The experience of national ink distributor Xscite Inks Pty Ltd demonstrates the flexibility a debtor finance facility can provide when sales increase and the business enters a growth phase. "If I request funds...
  • Electrical Energy NSW
    Having bad debt protection in place has helped Scottish Pacific client Electrical Energy NSW more than once in the past two years. The national business employs a team of 30 and provides electrical services to...
  • A Funding Lifebuoy Rescues New Zealand Metal Casting Manufac...
    Significant growth threatened to dent Wickham Foundry - debtor finance eased the pressure, helped the owner right the ship and allowed for steady growth. Wickham Foundry Ltd is a New Zealand-based non-ferrous ...
  • Allstaff Australia
    One of the most popular funding options for growth recruitment businesses is debtor finance, as the line of credit grows comfortably with the business. National recruiter Allstaff Australia came to debtor finan...
  • Ribs and Roast
    When this cooked meats specialist realised they were outgrowing their factory and having to turn away orders, they committed to an ambitious expansion plan that they knew would stretch their cashflow and requir...
  • Australian Toy Sales
    To grow from a start-up offering one child's toy in two colours, to a thriving business importing and distributing 389 toys and counting, Australian Toy Sales made excellent use of a debtor finance facility. A...
  • Cooling Brothers Glass Company
    In 2001, Cooling Brothers Glass Company was operating with a bank overdraft facility, but within 3 years it had entered a growth curve, that was putting pressure on cashflow. The owner, Paul King, found himself...
  • ERG Workforce
    Following a restructure and ownership changes to their labour hire and permanent recruitment businesses in 2011, John and Fiona Harland were faced with the challenge of funding new ventures. Desire With their...
  • TBC Distribution
    After 12 years as a manager with True Blue Chemicals, Shane Leigh and his business partner Paul McGregor were given the opportunity to buy the business. Whilst they were able to raise the capital required to ef...
  • Alton Personnel
    Scott McClymont previously had a debtor finance facility with Scottish Pacific from 1997 through to 2001, before refinancing his Labour Hire business with one of the ‘Big 4’ banks to access an overall funding p...

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