Wells Fargo Capital Finance offers traditional asset-based lending, specialized junior and senior secured financing, factoring and financing for domestic and international trade to companies in a wide range of industries. Specialty groups within Capital Finance develop financing specifically for retailers, software and technology companies, specialty finance companies, staffing companies, government contractors, healthcare providers, timeshare developers, and transportation companies. We also provide comprehensive asset-based lending to U.K.
Triumph Commercial Finance, a division of Triumph Savings Bank, SSB, provides asset based lending, accounts receivable financing (factoring), and equipment finance solutions for small to mid-sized business nationwide. We offer alternative funding options to businesses that are often ignored by traditional financial institutions during challenging economic times. If your company has receivables, inventory, machinery, equipment or other unencumbered assets, Triumph's creative solutions can offer a new perspective. Let Triumph Commercial Finance become your financial partner.
Prosperity Funding is a leading provider of working capital solutions for service-based companies in the US, including temporary and contract staffing, commercial cleaning, commercial landscape, and security guard firms. In business since 1999, Prosperity has the expertise to support well-established businesses, as well as those in early-stages mode. We offer competitive pricing, with top notch customer support for our clients.
King Trade Capital is the country’s oldest and largest independent purchase order and contract finance company. We are an investment company offering solutions to bridge the capital needs of small to middle-market companies nationwide. Since 1993 KTC has provided more than $1 billion of capital in over 250 public and private companies worldwide. Through our in-house financial resources and our team’s expertise, we are able to offer our clients and portfolio companies an array of financial and strategic growth solutions not available elsewhere.
Graystone Capital is a direct lender located in Silicon Valley that specializes in asset-based lending services designed to support the growth of American companies. Our primary products include accounts receivable financing and factoring that are well suited for companies that may be premature for bank financing. Our Technology Finance division targets small- to-medium cap emerging technology companies with venture debt and other early-stage debt financing. These credit facilities typically range in size from $100,000 to $4 million.
Century Capital is the financing arm of Century Services. Established in 1983, Century is well-known to banks, asset-based lenders and major legal and accounting firms. Century provides financing to North American based companies who require short-term capital where conventional sources are unavailable or aren’t meeting your needs. We emphasize swift turnarounds for clients with pressing and immediate needs.
Capstone Capital Group is a NYC-based factor and trade finance firm that provides alternative financing to firms involved in the domestic and international trade of finished consumer & industrial products. Capstone seeks potential clients such as licensee’s, distributors or contract manufacturers with sales of less than $50,000,000 per annum who may not typically have access to banks or finance companies due to rapid growth beyond their equity and may lack the proper credit to borrow on the basis of their own credit/ balance sheet.
HVB's goal is to become the most flexible, responsive, reliable lender to the middle market. HVB’s asset-based structures will be customized to the unique needs of small and medium-sized businesses nationwide. Our loans provide working capital for financing business growth, acquisitions ,capital improvements, increasing inventories, expanding payrolls and other corporate purposes.
Chatham Capital is a mezzanine finance firm that concentrates on small to middle market companies with sustainable cash flow from operations. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with additional offices in Dallas, TX and Providence, RI, Chatham principally invests in health care, manufacturing, and service companies with revenues and EBITDA of at least $10 million and $2 million, respectively. The Fund does not make early-stage, venture capital or real estate investments.