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Outlined are the representative finance programs available to middle-market business capital needs.  Businesses typically demonstrate annual revenues of $10 million to $200 million. Larger capital requirements may be entertained by utilizing syndications of nationally and internationally recognized financial institutions and/or NASD Registered Securities firms. Applications are typically for businesses and investors interested in developing a long-term business relationship with Malmgren & Associates, Ltd. beyond a single transaction.  Negative net-worth, turnaround, and bankruptcy (DIP) capital needs may consider.  Small business programs are available for emerging organizations and ventures on a selective basis with a particular emphasis on military

Business Working Capital:

·    Revolving credit facilities to assist with day-to-day working capital needs particularly with payroll and inventory driven organizations.

·    Term loans to augment revolving credit facilities utilized in recapitalization efforts of businesses.  Business machinery and equipment and in some instances some real estate.

·    Sale/Leaseback scenarios with capital equipment and fixed assets utilized with business recapitalization efforts.

·    Debtor-In-Possession (DIP) / Bankruptcy Financing 

Specific Venture/Purchase Order/Contract Funding:

·    Structured financing to facilitate and mobilize business opportunities and purchase orders that may exceed the resources of an organization. Assists with materials and labor requirements necessary to produce finished goods ready for customer shipment.  Utilized in conjunction with an accounts receivable credit facility to cash flow the completion and delivery of the customer order as soon as possible.

·    Supplier letters of credit to assist in vendor negotiations with the credit extensions required that exceed current credit limits and payment terms.

·    International business and product import/export solutions. 

Capital Equipment Leasing:

·    Leveraged-Lease transactions for more complex leasing requirements.  

Business Acquisition Loans:

   ·    Variety of conventional and non-conventional lending scenarios to purchase an operating business.  Supportive to entrepreneurial needs.

·    Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP’s)

Business Acquisition Equity:

·    Institutional and Private-Equity Funding

·    High Net-Worth Individual Community

·    Private-Placement Offerings/ Investment Partnerships 

Mezzanine/Sub-Debt Financing:

·    Preferred Stock Equity investments and Subordinated Debt financing providing a range of financial solutions for business acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, management buyouts, business recapitalization and growth/expansion opportunities.

·      Quasi-equity and junior lien positioning (effectively a second mortgage on a business) viewed positively by senior debt lenders. 

Merchant Banking Services:

·      Institutional investment funds for business owner wealth diversification and phased exit strategies. Offers next level development opportunities to current business owners with limitations on risk.

·     Strategic partnerships with experienced well-trained businesspeople seeking to acquire, manage and grow an existing business     opportunity.  Advisory and capital resources to engineer the venture.  Firm maintains an ongoing equity interest with focus on next-level development opportunities.

Commercial Real Estate Financing:

·      Institutional capital for business, developmental and investment real estate.

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