Nead & Co. Now Provides Acquisition Loans for Small Business Merger & Acquisition Financing

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Middle-market business consultants expand options for providing finance options for companies with revenues less than $100M.

Nead and Co. -- a middle-market business consulting firm is pleased to announce new options for acquisition loans for companies looking toward inorganic growth in the near future. Companies and entrepreneurs seeking non-SBA (Small Business Administration) options for funding mergers, acquisitions and other growth initiatives that fall outside easily-accessible and more traditional financing methods.

Often loans provided by the United States Small Business Administration have many restrictions that can not only pigeonhole borrows, but also take many borrows even out of the running for obtaining the necessary financing. And, unless a company meets specific size parameters--which are usually small--an acquirer may have a difficult time obtaining the funding required to make the acquisition they desire.

Now with access to a broad swath of sources for merger and acquisition funding, Nead & Co. consultants are able to solve the funding gap for companies seeking anywhere from $5,000,000 to $30,000,000. The funding options go even beyond typical financing for acquisitions and include funding for things like recapitalizations and organic growth capital initiatives.

“We expect our new acquisition loan initiative to provide funding for companies that otherwise would be left in the dark,” says Carl Christensen, Managing Director. “We have already seen a great interest from our existing clients that are currently seeking growth by alternative means, including acquisitions.”

About Nead & Co.

Based in Seattle, WA, Nead & Co. is a private, middle-market consulting firm, assisting business owners with strategic growth consulting. The consulting provided by the firm, gives companies the boost that is often needed prior to the firms engaging in a capital event.

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Carl Christensen
Nead, LLC
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