Capital Corp Merchant Banking

1000 de la Gauchetière W.

Montreal, QC H2Z 1K6 Canada

(514) 448-2182

390 N. Orange Ave #1800,

Orlando, FL 32801, USA

(321) 424-6074

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November 7, 2017

Project Financing is the debt and/or equity funding necessary for a variety of projects (including Real Estate Developments, Industrial or Manufacturing Project, Telecommunications, Waste-to-Energy, Alternative Fuels, etc), and generally encompasses...

November 7, 2017

Asset-based funding is where the funding outlaid to a third-party is secured by an asset.  For example, Capital Corp Merchant Banking would disburse funding to a group and secures an asset with a mortgage till the funding is paid in full.  Should the...

November 7, 2017

Capital Corp Merchant Banking previously issued a post highlighting a “hard money” loan.  The primary difference between that type of financing and the topic of this post,  that of a a swing loan, is the timing aspect.

In this instance, a “hard m...

June 11, 2013

One scenario that Capital Corp Merchant Banking is approached with to provide financing for is “Build, Lease, Transfer” arrangements - “BLT” for short.  

In this type of arrangement, a developer designs and builds the complete facility.  Sometimes the...

October 3, 2012

The first benefit of a cross border acquisition is that the time frame is much shorter.  A Greenfield investment is developed from the ground up, whereas an acquisition would be of an already existing development hence set market presence.  This opti...

July 11, 2012

Why a Due Diligence?

The "Due Diligence" is a process whereby any given funding source will seek sufficient information about a business entity (applying for funding) to reach an informed judgment as to its value for a specific purpose.

A Due Diligence...

October 4, 2011

Here at Capital Corp Merchant Banking Inc., we come across numerous projects that are associated with the Renewable Energy Industry, where greener methods of generating electricity as solar, wind, municipal solid waste, geothermal, feedstock or vario...

June 10, 2010

The term “Economical Viability” is not a phrase heard on a daily basis, outside of a few certain financial circles. That said, they are heard quite often, though separately.

Therefore, to define this term we shall view them individually first.


May 17, 2010

"What type of financing is better for me?"

A question like the above may not have a simple answer as there is no exact recipe that will work for everyone. Different approaches are generally taken to decide if all debt or all equity (or a mix of the tw...

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