Business Financing

We approach financing engagements by identifying prospective institutional lending sources to create a competitive market to negotiate and strive for the best financial solution to meet our client’s needs. Our advising team has extensive expertise in advising both public and private corporations.

In order to expand, it can be necessary as a business owner to tap various forms of financial resources including debt and equity. Our skilled advisors can help in determining the way a business raises money for working capital or capital expenditures, by utilizing debt financing or growth equity.

Debt financing means borrowing money and not giving up ownership.  In return for lending the money to the borrower, the lenders (individuals or institutions) become creditors and receive a promise that the principal and interest on the debt will be repaid.

Growth equity is a type of private equity investment, usually a minority investment, in relatively mature companies that are looking for capital to expand or restructure operations, enter new markets or finance an acquisition without a change of control of the business. Equity financing often means issuing additional shares of common stock to an investor. With more shares of common stock issued and outstanding, the previous stockholders’ percentage of ownership decreases.

Our Financial Services

Our highly skilled team will listen to clients’ personal and business objectives and will take them into consideration when determining an appropriate financial path forward. We take away the guessing, and give peace of mind in the security of a business’ financing solution.

With Objective Capital's help, I was able to sell my business and quickly move onto new opportunities. In addition, all of my former employees are still at the company--the new owner takes good care of them. - San Diego Client