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    1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 17, 2009 10:20 PM by phanio

    PUBLIC COMPANIES--FINANCING

    loan guy Wayfarer
      PUBLIC COMPANIES ARE MORE LIKELY TO GET MONEY THAN NON PUBLIC. SOURCES SAY UP TO 5 MILLION.

      cory@prcloans.com
        • Re: PUBLIC COMPANIES--FINANCING
          phanio Pioneer
          Depends on the type of funding. Public companies can issue new securities in the secondary market but most public companies also face expensive regulatory requirements with the SEC and SOX. It is estimated that most public companies face $1 million expenses related to these requirements. If your public company is seeking bank debt, there are still the same requirements of any business - e.g. profits (positive cash flow) and credit (not business credit but the personal credit history of the main executives).

          While public companies may or may not be able to access financing better than anyone else - do your homework (especially about the cost) prior to trying.

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