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What Is Acquisition Financing?

What Is Acquisition Financing?

Submitted by • about 3 days ago

www.attractcapital.com - Growing your business by way of acquisition is often both easier and faster than building from the ground up. However, securing acquisition financing can be a daunting challenge. Whether it is a combination of bank loans, mezzanine debt or seller ...

Acquisition Financing

Acquisition Financing

Submitted by • about 1 week ago

www.attractcapital.com - Acquisition financing is a general term that can mean a variety of things. It takes knowledge, time and market connections to source successfully. You need a large network of financing sources and structuring expertise to source on your own. It ...

Raising Capital: 4 Benefits From Owning Your Weakness

Raising Capital: 4 Benefits From Owning Your Weakness

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www.attractcapital.com - Capital raising is a massive information exchange with suppliers and consumers of information. The borrower is the supplier and the lender is the consumer. Often the reality of your business does not perfectly align with the perception you ...

Fund Less Sponsor Client

Fund Less Sponsor Client

Submitted by • about 1 week ago

www.attractcapital.com - The owner of the company is a high net worth individual who has a full time job and is unable to source acquisition opportunities on his own.

Leveraged Buy-Out

Leveraged Buy-Out

Submitted by • about 2 weeks ago

www.attractcapital.com - Leveraged buy-outs involve an acquiring company purchasing a target company with the purchase price financed through the use of debt.

What Is Mezzanine Funding?

What Is Mezzanine Funding?

Submitted by • about 2 weeks ago

www.attractcapital.com - Mezzanine funding is a hybrid form of financing that is often used by business owners to fund acquisitions. Mezzanine funding is a form of cash flow financing and is often called leveraged financing.

Ranking In The Capital Structure

Ranking In The Capital Structure

Submitted by • June 4, 2019

www.attractcapital.com - In corporate financial jargon, mezzanine capital generally refers to a tier in a company’s capital structure between debt and equity. Mezzanine financing takes the form of subordinated, unsecured debt, and in some cases, it is secured by a second lien.

Debt Solutions For Lower Middle Market Companies

Debt Solutions For Lower Middle Market Companies

Submitted by • June 3, 2019

www.attractcapital.com - In financial circles, the middle market sector is viewed as having three distinct segments. Companies with EBITDA below $10 million are termed as ‘lower middle market’, those with an EBITDA of $75 million or more as ‘upper middle market’ and ...

4 Keys To Win At Business Finance

4 Keys To Win At Business Finance

Submitted by • May 27, 2019

www.attractcapital.com - Whether a strong company or a venture stage business, business finance is the lifeblood of corporate growth and renewal. Yet too often, companies don’t prioritize capital access as a core competency.

What Is Mezzanine Debt Financing

What Is Mezzanine Debt Financing

Submitted by • April 17, 2019

www.attractcapital.com - Mezzanine Debt Financing is a hybrid form of financing, provided by funds for acquisitions, growth or buy-outs. While structured as a loan, mezzanine debt is a close cousin of equity investment. Often, it can be used as an equity investment ...