With thousands of factoring companies and asset-based lenders that purchase invoices and accounts receivables around the world, leaders in the factoring community have founded a number of professional organizations in the last 50 years. These organizations promote education, communications, and self-regulation as well as encourage factoring professionals to follow the highest ethical standards in their businesses.

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  • International Factoring Association

    International Factoring Association (IFA)

    Avila Beach, CA 93424

    With more than 420 members, the International Factoring Association is the world’s largest association of commercial finance companies. It serves the factoring industry by providing information, training, and other resources for its members. Membersh…

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  • Factors Chain International and International Factors Group

    Factors Chain International and International Factors Group

    1017 DR Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Factors Chain International and International Factors Group or FCI+IFG is a global network of factoring companies. The association recently increased its size and scope with the combination of two previously independent factoring organizations, Facto…

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  • American Factoring Association (AFA)

    American Factoring Association (AFA)

    Avila Beach, CA 93424

    The American Factoring Association (AFA) is a nonprofit organization founded with the purpose of educating the public and policymakers on the availability of working capital for financing America’s small businesses. The group also conducts effo…

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  • Commercial Finance Association (CFA)

    Commercial Finance Association (CFA)

    New York, NY 10001

    Founded in 1944, the Commercial Finance Association (CFA) is an international trade association for the asset-based lending and factoring industries. With almost 300 member companies, this association encourages the exchange of ideas and information …

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