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Many established businesses are well run and fundamentally sound, yet they constantly suffer from shortage of cash which can eventually lead to the breakdown of profitable trading.

Full Service Factoring gives you total peace of mind and much more.

You would receive up to 85% against your debtor book and the balance on payment of the invoice.

In addition full service factoring means just that, by taking away the burden of running the sales ledger, while safeguarding your cash flow through effective but sensitive supervision and collection.

The factor looks after all your customer accounts and they chase the slow payers to ensure as much of your money is available to you as quickly as possible..


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  • Recourse Factoring offers all the benefits of factoring but without the burden of running your own sales ledger. The factor looks after your customer accounts and funds you up to 85% of your invoice value and balance is paid to you when your customer pays.

Why not call us today on: 01480 471615

you can email us at: info@angliancommercialfinance.co.uk

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CONSUMER CONFIDENCE Consumer confidence in the UK has increased over the past month, according to a closely watched survey, despite a rise in inflation and the first fall in real wage growth since 2014. Shoppers became more confident about their personal financial situation and were more likely to spend money on a "major purchase" in May than in April according to GFKs consumer confidence index. Joe Staton, head of market dynamics at GFK,,said: "Despite life becoming more expensive with inflation hitting its highest level in four years and wages dropping in real terms for the first time in three years, stagnant living standards have not yet dented consumers spirits.

HOUSING MARKET STALLS Figures jointly provided by the Office for National Statistics and the Land Registy show that UK house prices rose by 4.1% in the year to March to an average of 216,000. This was the slowest growth since October 2013 and continues a general slowdown that begain last year.

DOMINANT SERVICES Britains economy is gathering speed again after a lacklustere first quarter following a pick-up in activity in the UKs dominant services sector in April. Economists said the closely watched survey pointed to growth of 0.6% in the three months to June if current trends persist, which would double the disapointing 0.3% expantion in the first quarter of the year. The purchasing managers index for the services sector, which accounts for four fifths of GDP, defied predictions to jump to a four-month high of 55.8 in April, above all forecasts. Any reading above 50 indecates growth.

FALL IN JOBSEEKERS The number of candidates available for jobs has hit a 16 month low, prompting fears that Brexit has triggered a skills shortage in areas ranging from IT to engineering to nursing.There was the steepest fall in avalilablity for permanent and temporary roles in April since December 2015, according to a report from the Recruitment and Emplyment Confederation. Kevin Green, chief executive , said that weakness in the pound after last years referendum and concerns over future immagration arrangements were making people reluctant to move.

FACTRORY ORDERS PICK UP Manufacturers have reported the strongest increase in orders in 22 years, helped by the fall in sterling, strong demand in Britain and the global economic recovery. The Confederation of British Industrys latest report shows the highest increase in total orders in frist quarter since April 1995. The sharp pick up was driven prodominantly by export orders, which rose at the fastest pace in six years. Manufacturers are even more optimistic about exports in the future, with predictions for growth at their strongest level in more than two decades. Companies are also hiring more workers to meet the expected demand. More business said that the current levels of stock were inadequate to meet demand than any time since 1988.