Corporate Finance

When trying to raise capital, a company must be able to properly protect its interests under the financial contract. Through this process, many companies are exposed to unexpected risks by not thoroughly reviewing the contracts provided by financial institutions or by entering into contracts without negotiating the terms and conditions. Whether using accounts receivables or corporate assets as collateral, or unsecured finance, we support the creation of financial contracts that will fully protect a company’s interests.

In addition, we evaluate the effectiveness of existing factoring agreements and revise them as necessary through sophisticated True Sale Analysis so that the accounts receivables provided will not be found to be the property of the bankruptcy estate.