Private & Venture Funding
Private and venture funding is earmarked for early-stage, emerging companies with little to no operating history, but significant potential for growth.
Fledgling companies sell ownership stakes to venture capitalist funders in return for financing, technical support and managerial expertise.
This type of financing allows investors to provide startup companies and small businesses with the influx of cash they need to grow, and are believed to have long-term growth potential.
Venture capital generally comes from well-off investors, investment banks, investments groups and other financial institutions and can be provided at different stages of their evolution, although it often involves early and seed round funding.
These types of loans are typically only open to accredited investors.
One important difference between venture capital and other private equity loans is that venture capital tends to focus on emerging companies seeking substantial funds for the first time.
Private equity loans are for larger, more established companies that are seeking an equity infusion or a chance for company founders to transfer some of their ownership stakes.
Talk to on of our advisors today and see which option best fits your financial needs and goals.