How can one claim to run a professional organization, extend their hand, and ask for an investment while simultaneously lacking the most basic component of any financial institution that lends money—or, in the case of MCA-- purchases future receivables?
NYC, NY (PRWEB) August 09, 2016
In an article published on August 8th, 2016 on the company’s blog, Cardinal Equity, LLC outlined how the Merchant Cash Advance industry has changed and what businesses and investors alike can do to keep up with these changes.
The Merchant Cash Advance space has grown over the last few years largely due to the potential rate of return on investment, according to Cardinal Equity. New investors are lured in, assuming investment management institutions know how to properly manage their capital, but millions of dollars have still been lost due to inadequate collections methods.
According to the article: “CEOs of funding houses… offer the opportunity of syndication investment with their company in exchange for a substantial upfront contribution and wait with baited breath, hoping you reach for your checkbook.” But what are the questions investors need to ask before handing over their capital?
Read the full article to learn more about what steps companies and investors can take to mitigate financial risk: http://www.cardeqgroup.com/blog/2016/august/cashing-in-on-the-merchant-cash-advance-space.aspx
To find more articles about syndication management, visit the Cardinal Equity blog: http://www.cardeqgroup.com/blog.aspx.
About Cardinal Equity, LLC
Cardinal Equity strives to deliver support and value to your business. We work directly with funding principals and their underwriting teams to create exclusive programs that provide streamlined submissions, fast decisions, and a transparency. We are entrepreneurs, and we're in the business of building a better industry, starting with the middle office and driving outwards.