Trade Credit

At Commercial Money Matters we can source funding for importers in the form of trade credit, providing capital for transactions that might not otherwise proceed.

Using our expertise, experience and market knowledge, we create bespoke solutions using specialist lenders who will fund supplier deposits, and can act as the “importer”, settling VAT, import duties and freight costs. This form of credit can also work alongside existing invoice finance facilities, should they exist.

How can we help you?

Send us your enquiry today, we hope to process all enquires within 24hrs.


Dennis Jones
Trustee, Ruddington Framework Knitters Museum

Graham‘s hard work and dedication resulted in significant savings for our museum. His professionalism and perseverance enabled us to refinance our existing debt, favourably. The new arrangement also provides a flexible drawdown facility which can be repaid early and will be useful when essential repairs crop up.
Graham truly demonstrated his abilities by taking the time to get to know us and work with us to develop an innovative finance solution for our multi-award-winning museum, where you can still find the framework knitters’ working and living conditions perfectly preserved.

We can provide services to the following clients: partnerships of four or more people; trusts and charities; limited companies and public limited companies. We regret we cannot assist sole traders and partnerships of under four people.

Arranged for

Essentials of a trade credit arrangement include:

  • Importer/borrower must be a sound and established business
  • Goods must be of quality and sourced from an established, reputable supplier
  • Goods must be pre-sold to quality customers at a suitable profit margin
  • Period between importation and sale 90 days maximum.

How we work

Your enquiry will be dealt with by a dedicated specialist consultant who will:

  • seek out all relevant information
  • access our database of lenders
  • negotiate on your behalf
  • report findings
  • guide you to completion, explaining complexities throughout