Most SME’s rely solely on the use of bank credit/facilities to finance their business both in terms of their existing business operations and any growth in the business (organic and business acquisitions growth). (reword)
The structuring and establishment of bank or credit facilities however typically evolves from the bank’s perspective (i.e. based on what the bank sees as appropriate to provide) or based on how the facilities have been structured historically. Under this regime access to new credit becomes a reactive rather than proactive process.
MKP Corporate provides a capital raising service for businesses seeking to raise debt finance from commercial banks.
Who should use it?
Clients who utilise working or fixed capital in their business and who do not have the time or expertise to undertake a capital raising process.
Clients who require access to finance for business acquisitions or to finance large projects using bank funding
Clients who want to ensure they are maximising their debt capacity (obtaining market based levels of debt against available bank security: maximising loan to security ratios)