Recent Examples of Financing Transactions

Business Finance Solutions has provided financing for oilfield equipment fabrication.

Business Finance Solutions has provided financing for oilfield equipment fabrication.

Since 1994, Business Finance Solutions has originated over $400 million in financing transactions.

We provide working capital, equipment finance, real estate loans, and subordinated debt financing. We have helped hundreds of B2B companies grow and thrive over the years.

If your business is B2B (a business to business) service provider we can probably help you!

 Examples of Financing Transactions completed by Business Finance Solutions

Listed below are a few representative examples of transactions we have facilitated.

U.S. Federal Government Subcontractor Financing

Industry: Medical / Military
Size of loan: $20 million asset-based line of credit and $300,000 mobilization term loan
Location: San Antonio, Texas based with national footprint

Oilfield Equipment Fabrication Company

Industry: Metal fabrication
Size of Loan: $750,000 accounts receivable financing (invoice factoring)
Location: Texas Coastal Bend, Offshore, Eagle Ford Shale

Oilfield Service Company

Industry: Oil and gas exploration
Size of Loan: $1,000,000 accounts receivable financing (invoice factoring)
Location: Texas / Mexican border , Eagle Ford Shale, Permian Basin

Oilfield Materials Supplier

Industry: Oil and gas exploration
Size of Loan: $650,000 accounts receivable financing (invoice factoring)
Location: Texas / Mexican border , Eagle Ford Shale, Permian Basin

 Energy Efficient Lighting Manufacturer

Industry: LED Lighting manufacturer
Size of Loans: $975,000 real estate refinancing, building expansion (conventional bank loan), $500,000 accounts receivable financing (factoring)
Location: Austin Texas metro area

Wine Beverage Manufacturer

Industry: Wine beverages
Size of Loan: $500,000
Location: N.E. United States

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  1. sophia Longman says:

    Hi,

    I read an article “Using patents as Loan Collateral” on Allbusiness.com. I was wondering what are the reasons banks would accept IP as collateral, besides they have value and there is a secondary market for them. Could you provide some insights from practioners’ view? Do banks always buy IP insurance to guarantee liquidation value? How frequently is such practice? Would bank be willing to lend without IP insurance?

    Thank you,
    Sophia

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