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Being in the banking world for any amount of time particularly in dealing with company clients, you will hear the buzzword, 'Cash Flow Lending Brisbane' a lot. For Suzy or the average Joe on the road, this word doesn't hold lots of significance and for non business owners that's accurate. However, when the time comes to get a business loan, this word becomes all the more crucial that you comprehend for company owners or principals equally for several reasons.

Cash flow lending is the bread and butter of every bank when it comes to making lucrative and sound business loans. Think of it: would you give money to anyone (besides family that's a gift rather than a loan more times than not) that doesn't have a means and/or manner of refunding? Common sense, right? Obviously you wouldn't!!! Why should it be any different for banks lending to companies and/or consumers? Rather than focusing on if and why banks are not giving to companies, the true and tough question is: what evidence can the company divulge to convince the bank that it is a worthy candidate for the loan in the first place?

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In a previous post, I highlighted the fact that banks are in the business of making money, and that businesses shouldn't get that loan when there is negative or worse non existent cash flow. Common sense again, right? That is where the slant gets a little difficult notably for start ups. Here is a tough lesson that every start up must learn: no bank in their right mind is going to risk any capital investment with no proof of a lively and healthy cashflow flow. Although a bank would entertain a business loan request in lieu of having an owner with a powerful (and liquid) net worth and robust income, the deal in essence becomes a 'personal loan'.

What are the alternatives for people that have negative and/or non existent cash flow and companies like start ups? The age old answer of figure it out. What do I mean here? For one, allow it to be marginal and someone has to take the danger of failure. Why should a bank let alone anyone besides the owner or principal take on this particular challenge? Call it a proving ground if you will, before a company request will be entertained by a bank but the threat of failure must be mitigated considerably. In order to figure it out, first review the mission, vision, and aims of the company. Afterward, examine and evaluate finances and the operations of the company starting with the sales cycle, next appearance at the production cycle, and last but not least, give an honest look over for inefficiencies and/or weaknesses to management.

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The cash flow cycle in any company is a path of discovery and revelation. Company is more than selling widgets, setting up shop, and paying the light bill; than any school book or entrepreneurial course will ever admit it's more complex and unclear,. Business is about relationships and the managing of relationships... Both internally and externally. You will know when you've 'figured out' the game of company when you've got an income that is strong and strong and relationships have stabilized to the stage of marginalizing doubt to some level satisfactory to the owners and/or principals.