Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) February 05, 2014
Deal Capital (http://www.dealcapital.com/), a middle-market merger and acquisition advisory firm with representatives in multiple locations across the United States, announces the relaunch of its acquisition funding service with a renewed focus on business acquisition financing.
“We’re seeing an increased demand for acquisition financing needs for companies in the lower middle market,” says Troy Jenkins Director of Marketing & Client Strategy at Deal Capital. “It’s not necessarily about providing financing for early-stage enterprises like some would think, but it’s about the successful transition of existing, profitable businesses. When an individual or small group of individuals desire to own or operate such an existing company, we can now provide the direction which will assist them in getting a deal done more rapidly.”
While the company does help to provide capital for startups via StartCapital.com, their primary focus is on mid-market merger consulting. In most instances, Deal Capital provides expert assistance to private business owners who may be looking to sell their businesses in the near future. However, the firm has found it helpful to insert itself more early in the process by working more directly on equity and debt capital formation projects.
“By using a combination of SBA, retirement account and private equity financing, we can help raise capital for management buyouts for private business owners who may be looking to retire,” says Jenkins. “It also benefits smaller buyers who typically would not have the needed funds to jump into business ownership right away.” Both would-be buyers and sellers alike will benefit from Deal Capital’s expanded financing options.
About Deal Capital
Deal Capital is a leading merger and acquisition advisory firm with independent partner offices in a number of key cities across the United States. Typically the company focuses on the sale, merger, acquisition or divestment of privately-held businesses under $250 million in annual sales. Through its partner network, the company has completed over $2 billion in total transaction volume. The company operates a number of strategic websites including MergersandAcquisitions.biz and StartCapital.com. Please follow Deal Capital on twitter.