Yelton Capital Network

Purchase order financing


Purchase order financing gives your company the ability to purchase inventory without tying up existing credit or requiring additional equity. It allows your vendors to feel confident that they can start production of your goods without requiring an LC or other assurance. This is especially important for international transactions. You can borrow against existing orders to pay for your inventory purchases. Repayment to the purchase order company is often made when you sell the goods and finance or factor the accounts receivable.




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Accounts Receivable Finance



An alternative to asset based lending, A/R finance or factoring through our partner, United Capital, is a highly useful type of financing for the early stage, start-up, or financially challenged company. Advance rates up to 100% of the face value of your invoices are often available, with rates depending on the invoice volume and credit profile of your company.  Yelton Capital works with numerous lenders to provide you with the best rates and structure possible. 


​​We have factoring and finance companies which can provide funding for:

  • Staffing Companies
  • Construction Companies
  • Trucking Companies
  • Logistics Companies
  • Manufacturers
  • Importers
  • Government Contractors
  • Healthcare Companies
  • Almost any company with commercial accounts receivable



Asset Based Lending


From small independent specialty finance companies to large, multinational financial institutions, Yelton Capital can bring them all to you to provide the most cost effective, and structurally beneficial working capital borrowing available. Our lenders provide financing for accounts receivable of up to 90% of the eligible receivables, and up to 65% of eligible inventory, and in some cases even more.  In addition these lenders can often provide term loans supported by equipment and/or real estate. 


Asset based lenders focus on the collateral supporting the loan, not the balance sheet or historical P&L.