Overcoming Credit Challenges: Turning a Problem into an Opportunity
It can be hard to get credit these days. Inflation and interest rate increases can pose a double whammy for companies’ operations and funding costs. Unsurprisingly, Moody’s and other rating agencies report rising corporate defaults. Banks themselves are hunkering down; lowering loan multiples to borrowers, increasing the cost of borrowing. And that’s for companies not already stressed. Taken all together? A reduction in the amount of credit available to companies and their customers.
Yet, there is a way for companies to get ahead. To grow. To turn a problem into an opportunity. Click here to learn how with our exclusive paper.
Boost Available Working Capital with crediteureka
Look no further than crediteureka. Our team of experienced credit experts has a proven track record of strategically using the deepest and least expensive source of credit – the insurance markets – to boost sales and available working capital for our partners. With little additional capital commitment.
The Advantages of Working with crediteureka
Plainly said, when companies partner with crediteureka they get more credit. For themselves. For their customers. At a lower cost. How do we do it? Over 30+ years in trade banking, underwriting, brokering, compliance and credit product development gets our partners access to structures and alternatives from an extensive network of insurers, banks, private equity. A specialized partner with a deep expertise honed transacting across commercial credit markets. Put to work for you. With you. To source the right contracts and solutions to meet your company’s goals, and to help navigate going forward an ever changing world of commercial credit.
How We’ve Helped Our Partners
Our partners see increased levels of credit available for their customers, from their suppliers, and from their banks thanks to our customized integrated solutions. By working with crediteureka, companies have been able to increase sales profitability, secure better payment terms, expand into new markets, and protect themselves against potential losses.