Ten Ways US Capital Partners Overcomes Common Financing Challenges for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

Find out how US Capital Partners resolves familiar financing problems for its clients and engineers prompt, innovative, and reliable financial solutions outside the “bankable box.”

Cover page white paper Despite the economic recovery, securing expansive financing remains an ongoing challenge for many small and medium-sized businesses. According to a report published by the National Small Business Association, for instance, nearly a third of small businesses are without the capital they need. Many businesses don’t even apply for financing because they believe they will be declined. This is often because of special circumstances that render these businesses challenging to finance.

Innovative Solutions Outside the “Bankable Box”

US Capital Partners examines transactions on a case-by-case basis. Its financing technicians have years of experience, allowing them to structure custom financial solutions for smaller businesses quickly and efficiently. In a recent white paper, the firm gives examples of its ability to provide funding in ten common special situations:

  1. Complex Company Structures
  2. Businesses Outside the United States
  3. Concentration Risk and Foreign Customer Risk
  4. Ratio of Inventory to Accounts Receivable “Upside Down”
  5. Specialized Enterprises and Criticized Industries
  6. Pre-Revenue Business; Lack of Historical Performance
  7. Constraints from an Existing Financing Structure
  8. Absence of a Personal Guarantee
  9. Distress/Workout Situations
  10. When Time Is of the Essence

US Capital Partners’ Non-Formulaic Approach to Financing

US Capital Partners looks at every aspect of a business to provide well-structured, custom financial solutions for its clients. Often, it is able to increase availability through the discovery of credit enhancers and ways to mitigate credit risks. The firm’s non-formulaic approach and in-depth analysis allow it to provide the best financing available, not only for companies in excellent financial condition, but also for businesses that may have been refused credit by traditional lenders.

To learn more about how your business can secure the funding it needs, email Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO, at jsweeney@uscapitalpartners.net or call (415) 889-1010.

Jeffrey Sweeney