Invoice insurance for

Protect your clients against unpaid invoices

Nimbla provides flexible and affordable invoice insurance with an easy-to-use self-service platform, backed by QBE.

Sign up online to sell invoice insurance to your clients and earn commission on every policy, or request a call back to find out more.

Nimbla & QBE

QBE has partnered with Nimbla to provide small and medium-sized businesses with trade credit insurance on a per-invoice basis from just £5.60* per policy, making it more accessible than traditional trade credit insurance. You and your clients are in good hands with Nimbla’s technology and QBE’s expertise combined.

What’s invoice insurance?

Invoice insurance from Nimbla provides your clients with peace of mind, knowing that if one of their buyers becomes insolvent while owing them money, they still get paid. Unlike traditional credit insurance, Nimbla doesn’t require them to insure their entire turnover for thousands of pounds. Instead, it allows them to insure individual invoices. If their buyer becomes insolvent, they can file a claim and Nimbla will pay out 90%* of the invoice value.

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Who’s invoice insurance for?

Invoice insurance is perfect for small and medium-sized businesses with invoices of up to £500,000. It’s useful for manufacturing companies, wholesale companies, food companies, recruitment companies, logistics companies, etc. However, we cover every sector. Your clients can use it to win new business by offering credit terms to buyers, knowing they're protected if things don’t go to plan.

Why have invoice insurance?

A small London-based fashion designer was facing a loss of more than £30,000 when luxury high street retailer LK Bennett went into administration in March 2019 and Nimbla paid out 90% of the invoice value because it was insured.

What’s Nimbla?

Our online platform is easy-to-use, and your clients can insure their first invoice in minutes after signing up. Our excellent customer support team can be reached by live chat, phone and email, answering all the questions you or your clients might have. You can read more about Nimbla here. Watch the video below to see how easy it is to insure invoices with Nimbla.

How do claims work?

If a client’s buyer has become insolvent, we will process the insurance claim quickly in a few simple steps. When a buyer becomes insolvent, your client will receive a letter from the administrators, which they need to submit to us through our website. We will check the documents and keep in touch with your client. When everything is approved, we aim to pay out within thirty days.

How do I become a Nimbla broker?

To become a broker, we ask you to sign our Terms of Business Agreement. You will get your own unique referral link to share with your clients. When your client signs up through your referral link, their account will be linked to you and you can earn a commission on every policy they buy. You can sign up online by filling in . Once we have received the form, we will contact you to get the Terms of Business Agreement signed. You can also contact us to find out more.

Get started with Nimbla

Sign up online or request a call back to get started.

Or give us a call on 020 3984 8833, chat to us or send an email.

Frequently asked questions

Who can use Nimbla?

Every UK-registered business (including sole traders) doing business with UK-based limited and public limited companies. We are working hard on adding invoice insurance for selling to overseas buyers.

What does invoice insurance cover?

Invoice insurance can protect the invoices of your clients against non-payment in the event of insolvency or bankruptcy. It can also protect against any outstanding losses incurred as part of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA).

How much commission can I earn?

We pay a commission for policy that’s bought by customers that you have referred to Nimbla. Please contact us to discuss the percentage.

How do I sign up to become a Nimbla broker?

Please fill in this form to sign up. You can also contact us to find out more.

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