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Mezzanine Financing, Consultants & Advisors


Christopher Kramer - Strategic Equity Group

Mezzanine Financing in South Coast Metro, CA

Chris brings to Strategic Equity Group and its clients over 15 years of financial advisory and investment banking experience. He has extensive expertise in structuring and negotiating transactions across a wide variety of industries, and has prepared financial opinions addressing the value of ...
Michael Ellington - Strategic Equity Group

Mezzanine Financing in Los Angeles, CA

Mike oversees merger, acquisition, valuation, and corporate finance projects. He is responsible for corporate development and project management. Active in advising both buyers and sellers of privately held businesses since 1986, he has represented companies in many diverse industri...
Martin Carmody - First American Bank

Mezzanine Financing in Elk Grove Village, IL

Marty joined First American bank in 1980 as a management trainee and progressed through the bank serving a number of roles from President of First American Bank of DuPage County to his present role as Senior Executive Vice President, Commercial Lending. He is a member of the board of directors...
Jamie Walrack - First American Bank

Mezzanine Financing in Elk Grove Village, IL

James is a commercial relationship manager working with a variety of businesses ranging from heavy manufacturing to consulting and brokerage companies. He specializes in ESOP financing and lending to closely held middle-market companies with an emphasis on cash flow lending. James h...
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ESOP Marketplace connects you with local Mezzanine Financing

ESOP Mezzanine Financing:  For ESOP companies seeking to acquire higher levels of leverage than commercial banks can offer, Mezzanine Financing exists.  Mezzanine financing is a bridge between commercial banking and private equity.  This form of financing refers to subordinated debt or preferred equity as a claim on a company's assets which is senior only to that of the common shares. Mezzanine financings can be structured either as unsecured and subordinated debt or preferred stock.  Mezzanine Financing is much more expensive in financing because of the risks Mezzanine Financiers take to loan money to companies.   While they may offer lower interest rates for the notes the company borrows, it also adds "kickers" or incentives such as warrants or preferred stock to reach their own goals of internal rates of return.  Usual companies for this kind of funding have high growth characteristics and strong cashflows.