The most well-known typology of factoring is its classification from the perspective of the debtor’s default risk. Based on this criterion, factoring can be:
- Recourse factoring – the debtor’s default risk is borne by the adherent;
- Non-recourse factoring – the debtor’s default risk is transferred to the factor.
On the iFactor platform, you can obtain both recourse and non-recourse factoring, depending on the offers received and the chosen investor. Additionally, you can have access to credit insurance from the insurers we collaborate with.