Contract finance

A unique funding solution that speeds up your cash flow on your ongoing contracts or subscriptions


What is Contract Finance?

A facility that allows you to bring forward cash against future recurring revenue from on-going contracts, licenses or retainers. It’s great for businesses looking for recurring revenue upfront.

24hour turn aroundSIMPLE

Easy to use online platform reduces admin

24hour turn aroundFAST

Quick decisions

transparent feesTRANSPARENT

All costs known upfront, no hidden fees

confidentialityUPFRONT ADVANCE

Up to 80% of contract value

How contract finance works?


Submit your contract online and indicate the number of payment periods you want advanced.

investors bid on your invoice 2. VERIFY YOUR CONTRACT

We will review and verify the legitimacy of your contract.

receive cash from winning bid3. FUNDS IN YOUR ACCOUNT

Your contract is funded and available to you within 24 hours.

Is your business eligible?

If you’re waiting for a customer to pay you, we’ll help ease your cash flow.

  • Proprietary Limited or LLP company based in Australia
  • Has at least 6 months trading history with the customer
  • Minimum turnover of $300,000 p.a.
  • 2 years operational history
  • Has contracts with customers with minimum turnover of $30M p.a.


We offer two options based on your funding needs:

Transaction fee
You pay a fixed percentage of the invoice amount
Discount fee
Fee against drawn down funds, calculated based on the actual term

Apply now to get financed today

Still unsure and have more questions?

  • Confidential, contract finance
  • Disclosed, contract finance

A: Up to $1 million

A: No minimum term

A: Up to 80% of the value of the annual contract

  • Director(s) personal guarantee, accompanied by a Statement of Means (i.e. details of assets, liabilities, income and expenditure)
  • Corporate guarantee (if required)
  • Additional security may be considered on a case-by- case basis
  • Up to 12 month value of a contract
  • Export contracts – assessed on a case-by-case basis

We cannot fund:

  • Overdue contracts
  • Contracts that do not create a continuous service income or license fee revenue
  • Debt to related parties