Frequently Asked Questions about credit insurance, how it works and how it can benefit your business.
All about trade credit insurance: Find out about trade credit insurance, how it works and how it can benefit your business.
Why take out a credit insurance policy: Learn about the benefits of credit insurance and how it can protect your business.
Benefits of a trade credit insurance policy: Learn about our five key benefits of taking out a credit insurance policy.
The cost of trade credit insurance: Learn how the cost of credit insurance is calculated and how risk affects price.
Protect your accounts receivable from bad debt and unpaid invoices: Learn how credit insurance can preserve your cash flow.
Providing all documentation up front can speed up the claim process: Find out what we need, and why.
Maximising your claim payout: Our seven tips for traders when making a credit insurance claim.
All about credit risk: See how a good credit risk management strategy can protect your cash flow and support your business.
Any combination of factors can lead to a business failing - here are our top ten warning signs to look for.
Learn about business insurance in Australia, such as what business insurances are available and which are mandatory.
All about business debt collection, including how to settle unpaid invoices, negotiate with debtors and collect debt.
Business debt recovery is the process of chasing businesses to pay back money they owe.
MCT and MEP: Find out what 'Maximum Credit Terms' and 'Maximum Extension Period' mean.
What you include on your invoice can impact on your ability to make a claim - here are the key items you should include on your invoice.
Find out why DSO is important and how operating within a healthy level of days sales outstanding is good for business.
Find out what a good days sales outstanding ratio is, learn how to calculate DSO and work out what is best for your business.
Learn how to reduce DSO to positively impact cash flow, reduce the risk of payment default and minimise lost interest.
You can protect your cash flow and minimise insolvency by insuring your export credit.
The cost of export credit insurance is dependent on credit amount and level of risk. Learn how credit insurance is calculated.
The advantages of export trade credit insurance include the guarantee that you won’t be dragged down if your customer goes bust.