aTAdel Fund s.r.o.


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Most investors, the vast majority of investment products are unappealing. They either grow too slowly like government bonds or term deposits or they are too unpredictable like individual stocks. In my investing, they prefer observable and relatively certain growth, and for that reason, them like investing in factoring.

Factoring has existed for ages almost since the rise of economic systems but many investors are unaware of this common and useful business service. If you are looking for a Goldilocks investment, you might consider factoring for the following reasons.


Invoice factoring, or factoring receivables, is a service provided to B2B businesses eager to collect money faster than their clients might pay. The process is simple: Businesses sell their unpaid invoices or accounts receivable to a factoring company, like BlueVine or Atadel Fund, that then receives the delinquent clients payment. Many businesses benefit substantially from the service by avoiding the significant costs of chasing delinquent clients; plus, factoring is faster and easier to achieve than taking out business loans. Factoring is a reliable way to keep a companys cash flow healthy.

It is important to note that factoring is not the same as account receivable financing. In the former, factoring companies purchase invoices or receivables, so businesses expend little to no effort chasing payments. In the latter, businesses use their receivables as collateral for a loan, so businesses must then pursue their clients to repay the sum they initially borrowed. Unlike traditional lending scenarios, factoring requires three parties ― a seller (the business), a buyer (the factoring company), and a payer (the business’s client) ― and only the creditworthiness of the payer matters. Contrastingly, accounts receivable financing occurs between only two parties, and a business must have good credit to acquire a good deal.


Most factoring companies prefer working with B2B businesses because their receivables are more likely to be paid. This, in addition to a handful of other typical requirements of factoring ― such as payment terms, sales policies, and client quality ― is why businesses in some industries tend to factor more frequently than others.

The most common businesses to participate in factoring include:

  • Suppliers of large retail chains;
  • Owners of mobile applications selling through the App Store;
  • Contractors for government and commercial construction projects;
  • Suppliers under municipal contracts;
  • Distribution companies;
  • Maintenance or janitorial agencies;
  • Manufacturing companies;
  • Oil and gas service companies;
  • Temporary staffing agencies;
  • Transportation or trucking companies;


Though few outside of business are aware of the service, the factoring industry is quite large and longstanding. Worldwide, the market is worth about $1.5 trillion annually ― and about $150 billion of that is from North America alone. Even better, the factoring industry grows bigger and stronger every year.

Investors profit by supplying factoring companies with the capital necessary to purchase invoices from businesses looking to sell. Some factoring companies issue bonds on the market that investors can easily afford; for example, bonds can require as little as $10,000 as investment and pay 7 percent interest for a single-year term. It is a small, low-risk investment that yields almost certain returns ― which is why I love factoring.

Atadel Fund invests clients’ assets in factoring, which is managed by our best specialists. Join a successful investment strategy.

ATAdel Fund s.r.o.



Registration address: Karlovo náměstí 317/5, Nové Město, 120 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic.
Registration number in the Commercial Register( IČO): 09242741.
The company is registered in the register of the Court of the City of Prague, section B, tab 332671.

Phone: +420 733 780 745

The registration number of the decision in the CNB : 2020/133984/CNB dated November 02, 2020.

The decision of the Czech People’s Bank (CNB) on the inclusion of ATAdel Fund s.r.o. in the CNB list and confirmation of the right to carry out asset management activities, in accordance with § 596 of the ZISIF letter and in accordance with § 15 of paragraph 1 of the ZISIF.

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