When a company enters or exits a growth stage, is experiencing financial or operational challenges, or has outgrown its current bank, it is likely time to secure replacement financing. Factoring is a very powerful financing tool and should be considered by business owners when going through periodic refinancing exercises.

  • Construction Clean Up Company

    $ 1,000,000


    New York
    • Client: NY based construction clean up company.

    • Situation: The client was experiencing cash flow issues because of slow paying customers. Their banker could no longer continue covering their overdrafts therefore they referred the client to Prestige.

    • Need: Steady cash flow to make their payroll without interruption.

    • Solution: Prestige was able to provide immediate financing on their invoices to smooth out their cash flow which allowed them to take on additional clients and grow their business rapidly.

  • Electronics Distributor

    $ 500,000


    East Coast
    • Client: East Coast electronics distributor with $3 million in annual sales.

    • Situation: The distributor was an existing client of Prestige Capital and its management team was well known to Prestige. The Client’s owners made the strategic decision to focus their attention on other core businesses and wanted to divest the electronics distributor.

    • Need: Client’s senior management team approached Prestige to fund a management buyout.

    • Solution: Within three business days, Prestige refinanced the existing facility for the newly acquired company with the new ownership group.

  • Material Handling Company

    $ 2,000,000


    • Client: Midwest bulk material handling company with $10 million in annual sales.

    • Situation: Client was unhappy with their former factor who was not timely in funding assignments of invoices. The client asked his equipment lender for a referral to a new working capital provider.

    • Solution: Prestige provided a $2 million factoring facility to pay off the former factor within six days, and together with the equipment lender, worked out a collateral sharing agreement which gave the client greater borrowing power.

  • Transit Company

    $ 2,500,000


    New York
    • Client: New York based paratransit company.

    • Situation: Client was factoring its receivables with another factor and needed a larger line that the current factor was not able to support.

    • Need: Client needed to double its existing factoring facility quickly to support two new contracts.

    • Solution: Prestige paid off the existing factoring line and provided liquidity and peace of mind as the client executed its new contracts.

  • Transportation Company

    $ 500,000


    • Client: Virginia based trucking company.

    • Situation: This 7 year old company was growing quickly and needed its first line of credit to support its growth.

    • Need: The new government contract that they received required greater resources and equipment.

    • Solution: By providing this $500,000 line against receivables , client used the available cash to hire additional drivers and purchase two trucks to meet the contract’s demands.