The UK's MarketInvoice has reported record originations of 130 million British pounds ($161 million) for the first quarter of 2017; originations increased by 160% from the comparable quarter giving the firm cumulative originations of 1.2 billion British pounds ($1.5 billion); origination growth for the firm has been helped by a new product called MarketInvoice Pro which provides businesses an open funding line for their invoice borrowing. Source
The construction sector accounts for approximately 16% of invoices financed on the MarketInvoice platform and issues from construction company Elimco UK have uncovered some new potential risks for the sector; Elimco UK has stopped making payments to the platform; in most cases MarketInvoice as the lender would receive preferred rights to the company's payments however in the construction sector set off rights give the customer preference of payment which has caused the construction company to default with MarketInvoice; the total amount of losses reported for MarketInvoice has not been disclosed; the company says its overall loss rate is 2.4% after recoveries; the firm also says it does not have plans for data filtering by industry category since it would lead to cherry picking loans. Source
Veritas is a specialist in commercial credit management services; through the partnership, MarketInvoice will be available to customers using the firm's VeritasVirtual platform; clients use this platform to monitor the status of outstanding payments and will now be able to obtain access to the MarketInvoice Pro credit line through the VeritasVirtual platform. Source
MarketInvoice inked another bank deal with Varengold Bank AG for £45mn ($60mn) in debt funding; according to AltFi MarketInvoice's capacity to take on institutional money has increased four fold since 2014; MarketInvoice have funded over 70,000 invoices and lent out over £1.5bn ($2bn). Source.
MarketInvoice has reached a 1 billion British pound invoice funding milestone; in the past 14 months it has financed 500 million British pounds of invoices; just recently reaching the 1 billion British pounds funding milestone, it reported invoices funded of 958,029,836 British pounds as of October 31 with a total loan amount of 765,451,443 British pounds; the company has been in business since 2010 with a total of over 20,000 transactions; it currently offers loans of 10,000 British pounds to 3 million British pounds for company invoices. Sources