factris invoice financing factoring

Your Invoices.
Our Financing.

We finance your unpaid invoices to unlock the cashflow you need to expand your business.

Cut out the stress, bring on the growth with a financing process that’s fast and easy.

Have questions? Call us: +31 20 50 50 333

Factris moves your business forward


Fast. Easy. In other words, what your business has been waiting for.

Debt Management

We collect your invoices for you. Focus on your story, not on who owes you.


Why take a risk? Rest easy knowing you won’t lose a thing when you factor an invoice.

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As Factris continues to grow,
so do returns for our investors.
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We’re expanding our reach across the EU.
We’re changing how SMEs are financed.
And we want you to be a part of it.

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What is liquidity?

What is liquidity?

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How to improve solvency?

How to improve solvency?

Is your business in good financial health? In general, this is of course very important, but especially when applying for business financing, this question plays an important role. Because as an entrepreneur, when you apply for such business financing, the company's...

When can you outsource a claim?

When can you outsource a claim?

Every entrepreneur has to deal with it sooner or later: unpaid invoices. If you have to wait a long time for payment of an invoice, this can cause a lot of stress and extra work. In such a case, handing over the claim will relieve you of this worry and allow you to...

All about pre-financing VAT

All about pre-financing VAT

Every entrepreneur has to deal with it: paying sales tax. In doing so, you pay the VAT that you as a company have charged the customer. However, it unfortunately happens more than once that the invoice sent has not yet been paid by the customer, while the deadline for...

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