Receivables management and factoring

Strengthen your liquidity position

Receivables management and factoring

Strengthen your liquidity position

Faster payments

Avoid late payments and keep your working capital intact.

Healthy customer relationships

Avoid losing customers after disputes.

Cost-saving

Save on labour costs and software for receivables management.

Why outsource your receivables management?

Outsourcing your receivables management will improve the payment behaviour of your customers, thus strengthening your liquidity position. KBC takes care of the entire receivables management process, from A to Z. Our approach is always tactful and professional; the result is that debtors pay more quickly but your commercial relationship remains intact. Meanwhile, you can focus on your core business.

Factoring: receivables management with finance

Want to play it even more safe?  Factoring could be the solution. We not only take over your receivables management, but also provide you with a credit facility for your outstanding invoices.

The benefits of factoring

  • Outsourcing of your receivables management
  • Cover against insolvency
  • A variety of formulas is available, depending on your needs
  • Transparent reminder procedures via a user-friendly portal
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Receivables management or factoring? We will work with you to see what the best strategy is for your receivables portfolio. Contact your relationship manager.

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