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Common Factoring Misconceptions That Could Be Holding Your Business Back
One-on-One With Dan Milberg
Common misconceptions about factoring can hold businesses back from seeing the many benefits of a factoring relationship.
July 31, 2019
From Distressed to Profitable
How Factoring Can Breathe New Life Into a Struggling Business
A committed and experienced factor can help a company to turn losses into a healthy bottom line.
February 28, 2019
Leveraging Term Loans to Finance Long-Term Growth
Financing for Working Capital and Growth
Pairing term loans with working capital financing, Milberg Factors is uniquely positioned to meet both the short-term and long-term financing needs of middle market companies.
November 9, 2018
Focused on the Health of Your Business
A LENDING APPROACH THAT GOES WELL BEYOND THE STATUS QUO
Milberg Factors provides funding solutions that focus on business performance not just a borrowing base.
August 13, 2018
Turnarounds Don’t Turn Us Off
Where Other Lenders May Avoid Turnarounds, We See Them as Great Opportunities
Unlike traditional lenders, Milberg Factors, Inc. takes great pride in helping businesses that have hit a rough patch regain their financial footing.
May 14, 2018
An Extra Layer of Protection for Banks
How Banks and Bank Groups Can Safeguard Their Collateral
February 12, 2018
Milberg Provides Just the Right Fit for Shoe Importer
A shoe importer was happy with their sales and marketing team and didn’t require funding for cash flow. However, they were unhappy with the lack of credit coverage on receivables. The client didn’t have a credit manager or any personnel in place to follow up on customer collections, and processing customer payments was time consuming. In addition, they were selling all their customers on various terms without investigating whether they were good or bad credit risks.
Non-Notification Factoring Agreement
Milberg Fashions a Credit Solution for Accessories Manufacturer
An accessory importer had a credit insurance policy in place but could not get its toughest customers credit approved. They required credit coverage that a Factor could provide, but did not want to give up handling collections and check processing.