GAC Group partner of Neftys on the pre-financing of CIR and CII

Last May, GAC Group and Neftys signed a new partnership on the pre-financing of the CIR.

GAC Group was indeed selected and certified by Neftys in order to carry out audits as part of its research tax credit (CIR) and Innovation Tax Credit (CII) pre-financing files.

This new collaboration confirms theGAC Group's expertise in innovation funding, in particular on the valuation and securing parts of the CIR.

Neftys, specialist in the mobilization and pre-financing of CIR receivables 

Neftys specializes in the mobilization and pre-financing of CIR receivables, via an online 100% tool. The system aims to allow companies engaged in an R&D project to have a cash advance on their CIR from the year during which the R&D expenses are incurred.

CIR pre-financing is intended for all companies, without size or sector criteria, wishing to benefit from an immediate cash gain (12 to 18 months on average for SMEs, up to 4 years for ETI).

The cash advance can thus amount to 91% of the amount of the CIR, subject to audit.

 

With its 17 years of expertise in financing innovation, particularly in the Research Tax Credit system, GAC Group will assess the eligibility of R&D projects for the CIR, from a technical and scientific point of view.

 

Learn more about Neftys: www.neftys.fr

Discover our innovation financing offers: Funding Strategy

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