There are literally hundreds of sources available today to assist business buyers in finding the right debt and equity mix to facilitate a deal. Here are some of the more common sources on the market:
While there is a difference between a typical private investment firm and an investment company subject to the Investment Company Act of 1940, these varying firms can be a great source for acquisitions loans or acquisition financing. Here are a few that play outside a typical banking source for acquisition funds:
The lay of the land for private business finance is as deep as it is complex. Sourcing the right capital partner is best achieved through an adviser that understands the lay of the land and knows how negotiate the right angle for the client. As we have said in the past, the best option is to shop around for the right capital. The options may be broad, but the differences in cost and structure can be significant.Engaging an investment banker for sourcing the right capital partner is the best long term solution for growth capital needs.