The cash flow tells about profitability

Your business’ finances are affected by large and small events every day. Learn more about how we can help you with your cash flow.

Here are some good tips on what you can do to run your business more efficiently

We also offer advice and services for your business for invoicing, risk management, cash flow management and more. Our advisers understand your business and can meet your unique needs in every step of the business cycle. 

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Find the solutions you need to improve your business

We have a wide selection of products and services available.

If you would like advise and to get help to find the best solutions for your business, please contact Nordea Business Centre, 0200 26262.

Here are some examples of services we offer:

  • Factoring can help you get paid immediately. 
  • Leasing instead of owning can boost liquidity. 
  • E-invoicing makes it easier both for you and your customers. 
  • Accept cards and mobile payments and get paid instantly.
  • Buy stuff with a corporate card. Saves time, gives control.
  • Use file services instead of handling payments one by one.
  • Let us help you find solutions to secure exchange rates for payments.
  • Guarantees can reduce counterpart risk. 
  • Documentary credits can secure export/ import activities.
  • Currency accounts help you deal with recurring international transactions.
  • Factoring can reduce your risks within domestic and international trade.

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Read the latest study - The working capital wake-up call (pdf, 1MB) Opens new window

Our latest study looked at 184 public Nordic companies. These companies are generally considered to be well managed. Yet the median company in this group ties up 36% more net working capital (NWC) than the median company in the rest of Europe.

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Working capital management can drive the share price (pdf, 341KB) Opens new window

Nordea’s new report, “Going to work on working capital”, makes a powerful case that better working capital management can drive the share price.

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