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Alternative Forms of Financing

It happens all the time. Companies need capital, but they aren’t bankable. Banks or other financial institutions will not touch them because they are either too risky, not able to meet covenants, or it just doesn’t work out for some reason. So, where do those companies go? They need to look at alternative forms of

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What Your Banker Wants You To Know

In small or large businesses, we often end up dealing with banks and bankers beyond the checking account. When you have debt with your bank (your lender), the relationship takes on another dynamic. The typical loan agreement for traditional debt includes loan amount, terms, collateral provided, the covenants you must live by, and the dos

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Unsecured Credit

See Also: Debits and Credits Credit Letter Direct Tax Credit Memorandum (memo) Unsecured Credit Definition Define unsecured credit as credit not collateralized by an asset. It is a common form of credit used for business. Furthermore, an unsecured credit line comes in many forms, including the following: Credit card Trade credit Lines of credit Mezzanine debt

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Mezzanine Debt Financing (Mezzanine Loans)

See Also: Recapitalizing Your Company Using Mezzanine Financing Angel Investor Venture Capitalist Why Venture Capital What is a Term Sheet What is Mezzanine Debt Financing (Mezzanine Loans)? Mezzanine debt financing is a subordinated and unsecured loan which typically features a warrant. This type of debt has higher interest rates because of its subordinated and unsecured

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Internal Rate Of Return Example

See Also: Internal Rate of Return Method Discounted Cash Flow vs. IRR NPV vs IRR Required Rate of Return Internal Rate of Return Example An internal rate of return example is quite common in capital markets. The internal rate of return example below will be seen by anyone seeking angel, venture capital, equity mezzanine, or

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Recapitalizing Your Company Using Mezzanine Financing

Recapitalizing Your Company Using Mezzanine Financing “There comes a time in every company’s life cycle when the company and/or the entrepreneur need some more cash. Perhaps the company needs more working capital or some additional money to help fund an expansion. Or, maybe the entrepreneur feels that it’s time to reap the benefit of all

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