Working Capital Loans
What is a ‘Working Capital Loan’?
A working capital loan is often provided as a financing option for everyday operations of a company (Public or Private).
Often times, companies with high seasonality or specific sales cycles utilize working capital loans to provide necessary cash flow for employee salaries, contracts , and accounts payable.
One specific note worth mentioning is working capital is never used for long-term assets or investments. If an individual is seeking liquidity for personal use, example, a real estate investment please review our other (link).
The definition of working capital is simply the available cash on hand for everyday operational needs. Often times companies experience cash flow hiccups that prevent them from continuing the daily trudge.
Other times, small cap stocks are seeking liquidity for uplisting onto a bigger exchange. A working capital loan can provide just that.
How does the process work?
1. Fill out the simple confidential form below
2. One of our managers will contact you to sort out the details.
What information will we need?
1. 2015,2016, and 2017 financial Statements (Audited or Reviewed Preferably)
2. A/R & A/P Aging reports
3. December 31, 2017 debt schedule