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Business Finance

When your company requires funds, we provide a solution. From cash flow assistance
and commercial projects to property investment and all purpose business loans.

Funding available to:
small and medium enterprises, public and private companies, corporations and government.

Loan amount:
from $50,000 - no upper limit

Common funding solutions:
- Asset Based Funding
- Business Loans
- Commercial Funding
- Construction Loans
- Debtors Finance
- Equity Funding
- Franchise Funding
- Inventory Funding
- Importer Funding
- Insurance Funding
- Letter of Credit
- Merger & Acquisition Funding
- Margin Lending
- Rural Funding
- Trade Finance and Factoring
- Any other business purpose
Funds Available

Minimum loan:
No limit


What is business finance?

Commercial funding is significantly different than personal finance arrangements. The requirements and expectations of lenders are different in the commercial world than for individuals seeking credit, and commercial funding also includes vendor lines of credit and construction loans as well as traditional unsecured loans and credit card accounts. In order to establish a solid credit history, most companies must obtain a variety of different types of commercial credit accounts and maintain the correct ratio in each type. This can be difficult and confusing, especially for new enterprise owners who are making their first foray into the business finance marketplace.

Vendor lines of credit are one of the main components of a well-rounded business finance portfolio. These are credit accounts offered by companies that provide materials to a commercial entity; lines of credit allow for payment over time or at a later date, rather than requiring payment before or at the time of delivery. The ability to pay over time is especially important for start-up companies that may occasionally experience cash flow difficulties; by allowing greater flexibility in the time of payment, vendor lines of credit allow small businesses to continue operation even when cash on hand is not immediately available. Existing businesses may be able to improve their financial position with loans consolidation as an option to consolidate their existing debts and save in repayments and interest.

Traditional bank loans and corporate credit cards are two other important components of a company’s corporate credit history. These business finance options offer the most flexibility to borrowers since they are not tied to a specific vendor; however, since these are typically unsecured loans and credit lines, start-up companies without an established credit history may have difficulty in obtaining these types of credit in the early stages of the business. Obtaining a secured loan may be a viable option for some companies in building a credit history and establishing a financial portfolio; while this entails a certain amount of risk, it also provides an opportunity for building up a credit history when other options are more difficult to obtain. By establishing a solid record of on-time payments and accruing a responsible credit history, these companies can then obtain unsecured credit lines and corporate credit cards with larger credit limits, allowing the companies to expand and thrive in the economic marketplace.

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