New Local Source of Working Capital for Small Businesses
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 • 2:31pm
Tim Carey, a career banker, has opened an office of The Interface Financial Group. The mission of the new Interface office is to offer small businesses in the area an alternative source for working capital. “There are many dynamic growing local businesses that are unable to get traditional bank financing. “I am very excited about the opportunity to provide new financial options to local business owners so they can achieve greater success,” Carey said.
Tim Carey has spent the last 20 years helping companies manage their risks and fund their balance sheets. His clients include some of the largest banks and financial institutions in the country. With the challenging economic environment over the last five years, the objectives have been to maintain liquidity, stay profitable and try to continue to grow the business. Carey is now focusing his effort to helping local businesses in New Jersey and New York.
IFG solutions are specifically designed for small business. “Being local, I can tailor a program to each individual business from a service mix that includes invoice discounting, purchase order funding, inventory financing, export factoring, and full-line factoring.” Carey said. “We work closely with local banks to make available the working capital business owners need.”
About The Interface Financial Group (www.interfacefinancial.com/carey)
The Interface Financial Group (IFG) is the leading alternative funding source for small business. IFG provides short-term working capital funding in the form of a unique Invoice Discounting service. The company serves clients in the manufacturing, service, and construction sectors. Interface operates from a base of more than 150 offices in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. IFG’s innovative Invoice Discounting service is a fast and easy way for small businesses to turn receivables into cash.
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