Historically, venture debt was provided only by select banks and funds alongside a recent equity round.
Today, broader use cases of venture debt exists in the market designed to serve those companies in between funding rounds.
When utilized appropriately, venture debt can reduce dilution, extend a company’s runway or accelerate its growth with limited cost to the business.
Adding additional cash to the balance sheet on top of equity funding to extend runway to break even or the next equity round, fuel sales, and grow overall business development.
Funded loans to the balance sheet to go right to work for companies with higher, more immediate liquidity needs.
Lines of Credit
Committed facilities designed to maximize flexibility to companies, allowing them the access to capital without obligation to use.
Capital utilized for the acquisition and ongoing operations of another business or businesses' assets that won't dilute like equity.
Replacing an existing higher-rate lender or older bank facility with friendlier terms and greater capital availability.
Working Capital Solutions
Freeing up capital tied up in accounts receivables, inventory or funding tied to contract fulfillment.
Lines of Credit
Capital against your accounts receivables to boost liquidity while you wait for customer payments.
Finance the purchase of your inventory for sale as to not tie up working capital or equity funds.
Purchase Order Financing
Finance the materials & labor associated with order fulfilment to meet customer demand.
Project & Contract Financing
Finance against the long-term cash value of contracts to fund the fulfilment of the services.
Financing for capital expenditures including machinery, FF&E, computer & other technology-related hardware, etc. for the purposes of funding company growth.
Finance the entire purchase price of the assets, not just the discounted resale value.
Soft Costs Included
Typically 20-25% of soft costs like software & labor included in the facility.
Don't give away equity as part of your equipment financing, CAPEX facilities are all-cash repayments.
The equipment is the sole collateral, meaning the rest of your balance sheet is entirely free and clear.
Our clients tend to have unique capital needs