US Capital Partners Sources and Provides Debt and Equity Financing for Growing Businesses with Earnings
Private investment bank expands its range of debt and equity solutions for small and medium-sized businesses by taking an earnings approach to growth capital.
Private businesses in the US have been sharpening their focus on growth activities. In PricewaterhouseCoopers’ most recent Trendsetter survey, almost all US private companies (91%) reported that they expect revenue growth over the next 12 months, up from the prior quarter’s 86%.
Financing Your Growth Strategy
In pursuing growth strategies and adapting to shifting markets, many small and medium-sized businesses are looking to raise equity or debt financing—or opting for a strategic combination of the two.
US Capital Partners is actively seeking opportunities to provide debt or equity to businesses with earnings. US Capital Partners’ growth capital products target companies with $1 million to $15 million in trailing EBITDA. The firm is able to provide growth-capital loans through its US Capital Investment Management, LLC business credit fund and sources equity through its extensive e-network of accredited investors. These innovations in business financing are supported by the business-friendly Jobs Act directing the SEC to amend both Regulation A and Regulation D, which has led to new financial technology internet-based funding platforms.
Growth capital by US Capital Partners is available to meet a variety of objectives, such as:
- Growing a business to the next level
- Funding an add-on acquisition
- Achieving substantial liquidity
- Effecting a partial change of ownership
- Consolidating multiple ownership interests, such as inactive shareholders
- Early-stage private and commercial note-holder payoffs
- Other growth initiatives
Growth Capital for Businesses with Earnings
“At US Capital Partners, we take an earnings approach when providing debt or equity for growth,” said Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO at US Capital Partners. “We always make sure the deal structure is appropriate for our clients’ specific needs, paying special attention to the costs, to company valuations, and to related issues of equity dilution in finding the right mix of equity and debt. We will leverage our extensive sources of private capital as well as our own balance sheet to guide clients to a successful transaction closing.”
To learn more about this recent engagement or about how your business can secure the investment banking services it needs, email Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO, at email@example.com or call +1 (415) 889-1010.