Syndicated Business Loan
Swastika’s IB team helps growth oriented companies and start-ups in seamless arrangement of term loan, working capital loan, revenue based financing, bill discounting, venture capital debt and acquisition financing for various requirements.GET IN TOUCH
Syndicated Loans offered by Swastika
We help companies in arranging term-loans for expansion plans of the existing projects as well as for new projects form one or more banks. We thoroughly examine the future cash flows and accordingly arrange funds
Working Capital Loan
Working Capital Loan is usually sought to cover the working capital requirements of the business. One of the advantages of such loans is that they are easy to apply. It enables business owners to effectively fill any gaps in working capitals expenditure.
We help companies in arranging working-capital loans to enable them to efficiently fill any gaps in working capital expenditure
Revenue Based Financing
Revenue based financing is the way for businesses to raise fund from the investors by leveraging the estimated earnings.
We help businesses to access funding through revenue based financing without diluting ownership.
By discounting the outstanding invoices, the company can get short-term support and maintain working capital requirements. It is often known as "Invoice Discounting".
Venture Capital Debt
Venture finance is a sort of financial funding used by startups and early-stage businesses. This kind of debt financing is often used in connection with equity financing. Venture debt financing is for the start-ups that are already backed by VC funding.
Capital that is received with the intention of acquiring another company is known as acquisition finance. By offering quick resources that can be used for the deal, acquisition finance enables to fulfill the current acquisition objectives.
When two or more lenders come together to finance a single loan for a single borrower, it is known as loan syndication.
Benefits of loan syndication are long-term flexibility, effective management, positive market reputation and competitive rates.
- Meet short-term financial needs;
- Pay emergency costs or expansion of corporate infrastructure
- Pay additional costs such as rent, electricity bills, etc.
- Ensure healthy cash flow