If you operate a small or medium-sized business, the chances are that from time to time you may encounter problems with funding for operating expenses. You might just squeak by with payroll sometimes. This can happen in fluctuating markets and unstable times and more information click here.
So if you own equities and that happens to your business, the chances are that you have thought about using your equities first as collateral for a loan. Rather than liquidating them and using the proceeds, you wonder if a loan against those equities as collateral is possible
Of course it is possible. If you go to a conventional lender, they will tell you to draw up a business proposal and disclose what the loan is for. Then they will offer to use your equities for a loan if the government lets them. They are allowed to lend only so much of their reserves as collateral for equities. Then, the interest rate will be very high on a very low loan-to-value ratio.
That is where Equities First comes in. They are a private company, so no one is going to tell them whether they can lend money or not. They will lend up to 80% of the value of your equities. They will do so at a much, much lower interest rate than the conventional lenders. They will not ask you the purpose of the loan. If you have the equities they will lend the money without asking any questions.
If you are thinking about an equity loan, see Equities First US, first! There is a reason they have that name and contact the equities.