A solution for companies whose receivables are prohibited from assignment

We finance non-assignment receivables so that your company can receive funds immediately once the service is delivered

About financing of receivables

No assignment of receivables as a contractual clause is increasingly often found in trade contracts, becoming almost the standard in many sectors. For the supplier it represents lack of possibility to use factoring as well as higher risk of liquidity problems.

Financing of receivables enables financing also receivables covered by assignment ban. Thanks to this feature, the business, as in case of factoring, gets the money directly after delivery of the goods or service.


  • Improvement of financial liquidity and reduction of risk of business activity thanks to financing up to 100% of value of the receivables
  • Simple process of reporting additional counterparties covered by assignment ban
  • No additional actions required if settlement is made through the current account
  • Possibility of additional cost reduction, labour-intensity and risk of operating errors thanks to the MillenetLink service - automating exchange of data between systems and giving the opportunity to service settlements directly from your financial-accounting system

Support for companies

Bank Millennium and the EIB Group (European Investment Bank and European Investment Fund) support small and medium-sized enterprises affected by the effects of COVID-19.

Thanks to this cooperation and with the support of the European Guarantee Fund you will:

  • get funds for working capital
  • increase the financial liquidity of your company
  • increase your investment potential
  • receive favorable financial conditions
Who can benefit from this solution?
  1. Entrepreneur from the SME segment according to the EU definition.
  2. An entrepreneur who does not operate in sectors excluded from the support of the European Investment Bank.
  3. An entrepreneur whose activities and investments do not have a negative impact on the environment and are not ethically and morally controversial.
  4. An entrepreneur who does not benefit from other public aid, e.g. BGK guarantees, subsidies.
  5. An entrepreneur who obtains a positive creditworthiness assessment.

Detailed information can be obtained from the Corporate Banking Advisor.