Receivables Securitisation

Utilize your receivables to support a cost-effective source of incremental capital

Capitalize on your assets

Securitising accounts receivable provides many companies with a cost-effective source of incremental liquidity.

Our Receivables Securitisation team is focused exclusively on the business of trade receivables securitisations and is led by a management team with more than 40 years of commercial lending experience.

Capabilities

We provide non-recourse accounts receivable-based financing — both on and off-balance sheet — starting at $30 million.

Our clients span a variety of industries, including:

  • Manufacturers
  • Wholesalers
  • Distributors
  • Service providers

Our flexible facilities can be structured with multiyear commitments as either a loan secured by accounts receivable or as a generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) sale of accounts receivable, providing you with additional liquidity.

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance UK Strengthens its Originations Team

    LONDON – October 31, 2019 – Wells Fargo Capital Finance (UK) Limited, part Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC), announced today that it has appointed Jake Hyman and Julian Osborne as business development officers – effective November 1. Reporting to Tom Weedall, head of UK Originations at Wells Fargo Capital Finance UK, these internal appointments will support the…

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance UK team Wins Asset-Based Lender Deal of the Year from Insider Media

    LONDON – October 31, 2019 – Wells Fargo Capital Finance (UK) Limited, part Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC), is pleased to announce that on October 24 it won the Asset-based Lender Deal of the Year award from Insider Media Limited for the Bright Blue Foods (BBF) transaction. Held in Manchester, the awards dinner recognised the region’s…

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance provides funding facility to Laura Ashley

    Prestigious lifestyle brand completes financing arrangement LONDON – September 17, 2019 – Wells Fargo Capital Finance (UK) Limited, part of Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC), announced today that it has provided an Asset Based Loan (ABL) to Laura Ashley plc (LSE: ALY), the British textile design company. Acting as the sole lender, Wells Fargo structured a credit…

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance Provides New Financing Package to Bynder B.V.

    Bynder completes capital facility to support its global growth. LONDON – May 2, 2019 – Wells Fargo Capital Finance (UK) Limited, a unit of Wells Fargo Commercial Capital, announced today that it has provided a senior-secured credit facility to Bynder B.V., a provider of cloud-based digital asset management software. Bynder, backed by Insight Venture Partners,…

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance Supports Financing for essensys

    essensys completes refinancing arrangement of £11 million LONDON – May 1, 2019 – Wells Fargo Capital Finance (UK) Limited, a unit of Wells Fargo Commercial Capital, announced today that it has provided a senior-secured credit facility for essensys, which provides software to the global coworking industry. Wells Fargo’s credit facility of £11 million, including a…

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  • Castle Square and Wells Fargo Capital Finance UK wraps up funding deal for Corrboard

    LONDON – March 20, 2019 – Scunthorpe based corrugated sheet manufacturer, Corrboard UK Limited, received a £12 million funding package from U.S. financial services company, Wells Fargo Capital Finance UK, a transaction that was sourced and advised on by Sheffield based deal making firm, Castle Square Corporate Finance. The company started trading in 2014 having…

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  • Cross-Border Lending: Does your bank understand tech companies?

    For software firms, access to capital can depend on experienced lenders who see value beyond traditional financial metrics. When Ocuco Limited was ready to expand, CEO Leo MacCanna reached out to secure financing. What he encountered is typical for many software companies and private equity (PE) investors in the technology sector: not all lenders are created equal.

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  • Homebase Completes Refinancing with Wells Fargo; London, 26 November 2018

    Homebase, one of the UK’s leading home improvement and garden retailers, is pleased to confirm it has secured an asset-based lending facility of up to £95 million with Wells Fargo Capital Finance, part of Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC). “We are really pleased to have secured lending facilities from Wells Fargo as Homebase achieves…

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  • Business Matters: Utilising an ABL financing solution
    – “As appeared in the Insider Media Insider” – July 31, 2018

    Over the last decade, the ABL sector has shifted from the side-lines of traditional financing to the mainstream. In the North West, a prime example of an organisation that has benefited from this type of secured lending has been First Milk, a British farmer-owned dairy co-operative.

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  • For UK dairy farmers, ‘cooperation’ is a key ingredient

    With four creameries and more than 1,000 dairy farms, First Milk — the U.K.’s only 100 percent farmer-owned co-op — is proving there’s strength in numbers. What does it mean to be part of a cooperative, or ‘co-op’? In the U.S., several national hardware store brands function as co-ops, allowing store owners to operate independently…

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  • The clothing boutique that took on the fashion world

    When Tom and Ruth Chapman opened their small clothing boutique in London’s Wimbledon Village in 1987, they knew they would have to remain on their toes to succeed in the ever-changing world of fashion. Even so, the husband-and-wife team never imagined just how different the face of commerce would look 30 years later. With the…

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  • Wells Fargo names Holly Kaczmarczyk head of Supply Chain Finance Group

    15-year company veteran to join Capital Finance business

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance Supports Financing for Nisa Retail

    Wells Fargo Capital Finance provided an asset-based credit facility with HSBC for Nisa Retail, which operates convenience stores across the UK.

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance UK Enhances Team

    James Cunnah promoted to the role of Business Development Officer.

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance Leads New Funding Facility for Arlington Industries

    Wells Fargo Capital Finance acts as agent and lead arranger for an asset-based credit facility for Arlington Industries, the automotive and aerospace manufacturing company.

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance Leads New Financing for Burton’s Biscuit Company

    Leading UK manufacturer completes £33.2 million asset-based credit facility

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  • Save your technology start-up with supply chain financing

    Nick Lawrence explains how supply chain financing can help technology manufacturers rise to the top of their competitive industry.

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  • Wells Fargo Names Neil Kerridge as Director and Regional Underwriting Manager

    Wells Fargo Capital Finance UK continues to strategically expand team, and appoints Neil Kerridge to the role of Director and Regional Underwriting Manager.

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  • Wells Fargo Names Tom Weedall as Director of Loan Originations

    Tom Weedall has been appointed to the role of director, Loan Originations. Based in their Manchester office, Tom will be focusing on developing new business across each product group.

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance UK team wins Asset-based Lender of the Year

    The Wells Fargo Capital Finance team in the UK took home the 2016 Asset-based Lender of the Year award at the 15th Annual Private Equity Awards in London.

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  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance team in the UK wins Asset-based Lender of the Year

    LONDON, UK, 15 July 2015 —Wells Fargo Capital Finance, part of Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC), is pleased to announce that on Wednesday, April 22, the Wells Fargo Capital Finance team in the UK took home the 2015 Asset-based Lender of the Year award at the 14th Annual Private Equity Awards in London. Hosted…

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