Baby Food Manufacturer
The three-year-old company was experiencing rapid growth due to large orders from big box retailers. The bank was unable to increase its small credit facility.
The subsidiary’s parent company embarked on a major capital expenditure program, resulting in restrictions on intercompany advances.
Manufacturer of Thermal Backfill
The twenty-year-old company’s existing lender could no longer support its rapid growth. The company was awarded two long term contracts which would almost double their revenue.
Manufacturer of Telephone Accessories
The start-up was looking for an alternative to raising equity at the early stage of their business.
The ten-year-old subsidiary was historically funded by its foreign parent company. Due to global banking environment, the parent company made an abrupt decision to stop supporting the U.S. subsidiary. The subsidiary faced closure if it could not secure financing.