Project funding often requires some degree of leverage or equity financing. All-too-often traditional loans offered by banks and credit unions fail to provide the financing flexibility needed by many companies. Moreover, traditional funding sources also require more onerous loan qualification thresholds and personal guarantee provisions not found in other financing options. While helpful for many, most traditional sources often fail to provide the comprehensive solutions that the larger projects require.
A myriad of options exist for private and public equity investment, particularly for growing and profitable companies. Private equity groups, family offices and other sophisticated institutional investors can provide majority or minority capital interest for the right target business.
Solutions for senior, subordinated, mezzanine and other forms of asset-based lending for corporate debt financing needs. In typical fashion, most deals include some mix of both debt and equity.
Mezzanine, Venture Capital, Uni-Tranche and other subordinated debt structures are used often in financing corporate growth, recaps and acquisitions. Alternative, non-dilutive debt is particularly helpful in balance sheet-light business models. Securing the right mix of non-bank, secondary and tertiary debt solutions is key to success