liquidity definition

liquidity definition

Glossary: liquidity

Liquidity is a company’s ability to meet current obligations with cash or other assets that can be quickly converted to cash. Liquidity is one of the most important characteristics of a good market. Liquidity also refers to how easily investors can convert their securities into cash and refers to a corporation's cash position, i.e. how much the value of current assets exceed current liabilities.

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Definition: liquidity

Factoring provides cash to your business with no time delay from issuing invoices as well as sales ledger and collection services.

Accounts Receivables Financing (Factoring): The service is disclosed to your customer who typically receives a letter from the factor, or attached note to your invoice, containing payment instructions to the factor.

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