New capital requirements and (imminent) losses on the credit portfolio put pressure on the availability of bank financing. You need a balanced mix of sources of funding in order to meet financing needs. Proper legal advice requires extensive experience with a wide range of forms of financing.
We offer businesses and investors advice about raising debt financing. Our focus lies on borrowers but we also often act on behalf of the banks. We have extensive experience with leveraged takeover finance, the financing of business assets, recapitalisation, structured financing and capital market transactions (debt). We also specialise in the combination of various forms of financing.
Operating capital finance
Overdue invoices, stocks and the production chain are a major capital lock-up for businesses. Unlocking that capital is often the least expensive way of achieving liquidity. Receivables financing, factoring, stock financing and purchase financing are flexible ways of unlocking that value and creating additional borrowing capacity.
Operating capital finance can serve as an alternative to loans issued by a bank but also as a supplement to traditional bank loans. We know the legal obstacles and pitfalls and the applicable legislation.
Both lenders and businesses turn to us for support and advice with regard to financing transactions in relation to the operating capital.
If you have any questions or if you would like to receive more information about corporate finance, please contact Roel Botter. For more information about operating capital finance, please contact Martijn Nijstad.