Forget about collecting invoices.
Bankinter Factoring: more than collections management
Reconciliation of collections
We reconcile the collections with the invoices accepted, assigning each collection to its invoice.
If you opt for the “without recourse” formula, we'll pay you the guaranteed amount if your customer files for bankruptcy or declares notorious insolvency.
All right here
From the Bankinter Corporate website. The most convenient and easiest way is also the fastest way. Once you've arranged the service at your Bankinter branch, you can apply for invoice advances online.
We collect your invoices for you by sending notices before and after the due date, whether the debtor is a resident or a non-resident.
Improve your company's balance sheet.
In the case of “ without recourse” factoring, advances are considered advance collection. This means that they are not reflected in the liabilities on your balance sheet, therefore improving your liquidity and capital adequacy ratios.
These are benefits of Bankinter Factoring:
Greater borrowing capacityIn the case of “without recourse” factoring, we assume your customers' insolvency so you don't have to use up your usual lines of credit.
No fixed scheduleYou can send your files through the website 24/7.
Reduce the collection periodThanks to our management and monitoring, we can collect your receivables earlier.
Savings in management and financial costsBecause we are the ones responsible for managing, monitoring, financing, collecting, covering any insolvencies, and appraising and classifying your debtors.
All your information in real timeYou can use our website to check remittances sent, limits and payment defaults.
Plan your treasury more easilyThanks to financing, you gain greater speed in your working capital.
See Factoring conditions Factoring conditions
The terms and conditions of service are personalised and we negotiate them individually with each customer.
See FAQs FAQs
What's the difference between factoring and reverse factoring?
In factoring, our customer is the seller; in reverse factoring, the buyer.
What documents do I need to provide to apply for factoring?
In general, any document that will help us assess your company's solvency and repayment capacity: annual reports, audits, balance sheets, income statements, corporate taxes, 347 forms, business plans, etc.
How do I present my invoices?
You can present your invoices through the Bankinter Corporate website or your local branch.
What's the schedule for sending files?
You can send files through the Bankinter Corporate website 24/7.
How can I check my transactions?
You can check the remittances sent, limits and past-due receivables on the Bankinter Corporate website. And if you want, we can send an alert to your phone or email if a default occurs.
Where can I apply for the service?
At your Bankinter branch.