How to manage your project cashflow

WHEN you tender for a project, chances are that you are financially confident to fulfill your deliverables.

For larger projects, however, the issue may not be simply having the sufficient funds to fund your project, but managing the cashflow of your business during this period.

So many uncontrollable factors could hinder your project from being delivered according to plan – late delivery of vendors, shipment delays, client payment delays, price hike of raw materials and so on – thus affecting the cashflow of your organisation.

Filling this niche need in business operations is Maybank Contract Financing/-i, a flexible financing plan for contracting that allows you the freedom of your cashflow, while maintaining your organisation’s daily operating costs. Whether your organisation is into property development, highway construction, or any other form of construction and services contracting that is in direct alignment with Malaysia’s economic transformation plan or from private sectors, Maybank is here to provide financial advisory and customised financing plan via Maybank Contract Financing/-i to fund your project whether you are at the tender stage or being awarded for the project.
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Call  03-2074 8251 or visit any Maybank Business Centre to inquire more or apply for Maybank Contract Financing/-i.

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