The AR Factor
GE Capital's AR Factor report assesses the benefits that Accounts Receivable (AR) finance brings to Europe's four largest national economies, as well as the individual businesses it funds. It quantifies how AR finance is currently contributing to economic output and gauges how increased usage could further improve national economic performance.
The current value of Accounts Receivable Finance and its unlocked potential
The econometric modelling undertaken for this report reveals that by 2020, at current rates of growth and usage, just under €59 billion of combined quarterly GDP across France, Germany, Italy and the UK, and 1.66 million jobs will rely on the existence of AR finance.
The study also looked at an optimal adoption scenario, and determined that if AR finance uptake were to increase, by 2020 the combined GDP of Europe's four largest economies could grow by an additional €53 billion per quarter and an additional 937,000 jobs could be created.
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To view detailed results by country and to read what companies currently using Accounts Receivable Finance say about the advantages of this financing facility, visit gecapital.eu/arfactor.