(PRWEB) May 20, 2015
Incorporated in the United Kingdom, Cauta Capital through the issuance of the Cauta Capital 2015 Bond Issue will raise €25million to meet the growing demand for alternative financing solutions. The demand for credit by European mid-sector businesses has driven the company to seek additional capital to further their alternative financing solutions.
Europe is seeing astonishing growth in the Alternative Financing sector. The demand for credit remains strong however due to regulatory reforms banks now require more solid equity as well as steady cash flow in order to meet lending requirements. This can be difficult for small and medium sized companies to prove. This policy has put a stranglehold on banks’ lending to businesses who traditionally agreed lines of credit, using company assets as collateral. Based on the strong demand for credit outside the banking sector Cauta now receives many requests for Alternative Financing solutions leaving the company in the enviable position to choose only the safest and most profitable.
Company CEO William Abundes states “Our market is growing quickly in Europe. Small and medium sized businesses understand that alternative financing not only provides access to independent funding or credit but more importantly, it can be used to enhance the existing relationship with their long term banking partners allowing the banks to lend within the framework of today’s European bank lending criteria."
Cauta Capital through their affiliated asset management company Cauta Partners Limited based in Zurich Switzerland provides small and medium sized European businesses alternative financing options in the form of Project Financing, Equity Leasing and Private Equity.
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