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Keeping Ireland’s businesses moving

The chain of late payment can be damaging to the whole economy, so Bibby Financial Services allows SMEs to maintain growth by offering invoice finance and other services

20th November, 2016
Mark O’Rourke, head of risk at Bibby Financial Services Ireland

Since business first began, one inevitable question and concern has plagued every trader: “When will I be paid?”

As a cornerstone of any successful business, the ability to choose clients with strong credit ratings and a track record of making speedy payments is simply vital. Otherwise the wider supply-chain suffers. The litany of companies which have failed because of non-payment and bad debt is all too long.

“Just a few weeks ago, Isme...

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