We at C&M Capital Resources provide value beyond the capital. We understand this early stage world and know how to act in good times and in bad. When things don’t go according to plan, we are known to jump in and help out. Everyone says they’re more than money, but not everyone backs it up. Below is a list of a few activities we engage in on a regular basis to support our portfolio companies.
- Private Equity
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Ventures Capital
- Debt Re-Structuring Through Foreign Investments
This funding also has a different meaning that addresses the equity investments made by private equity firms to raise capital. Private equity is an alternative investment class and consists of capital that is not listed on a public exchange. Private equity is composed of funds and investors that directly invest in private companies, or that engage in buyouts of public companies, resulting in the delisting of public equity. Institutional and retail investors provide the capital for private equity, and the capital can be utilized to fund new technology, make acquisitions, expand working capital, and to bolster and solidify a balance sheet. Once the funds are exhausted, the private equity fund can raise a second round of capital funding, or it can have several funds going on at the same time.
C&M Capital Resources advises companies across all sectors in arranging private equity capital through their growth stages.
Our team has an urbane understanding of entrepreneurial and family run businesses, enjoys strong relationships with investors to ensure optimum distribution and is grounded in research driven tracking of investment environment. Our experience and expertise spans across growth funding, acquisition financing, special situation funding and secondary placements as well as private placements for listed companies.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is a general term that refers to the consolidation of companies or assets through various types of financial transactions. M&A can include a number of different transactions, such as mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, tender offers, purchase of assets and management acquisitions. In all cases, two companies are involved. The term M&A also refers to the department at financial institutions that deals with mergers and acquisitions. The following will review some of the different kinds of financial transactions that occur when companies engage in mergers and acquisitions activity.
C&M Capital Resources advise companies in network of partner banks across all major and minor geographies ensures a timely and smooth consummation of each and every stage of an M&A advisory transaction.
Venture Capital, refers to a variety of financing products offered to early and growth-stage venture capital-backed companies. Provided by technology banks and dedicated venture debt funds, venture capital generally consists of a three to four-year term loan or equipment lease.
C&M Resources advise to companies to help illustrate the value of venture debt to startup companies and their venture capital investors stage by stage investments.
• Seed Investing Invest before there is a real product or company organized
• Early stage investing Provide capital to start up a company in its first or second stages of development
• Expansion stage financing Provide needed financing to help a company grow beyond a critical mass to become more successful
• Later stage investing Providing financing to help the company grow to a critical mass to attract public financing through a stock offering
• Acquisition, turnaround or recapitalization of public and private companies that represent favourable investment opportunities.
Debt Re-Structuring Through Foreign Investments
We C&M Capital Resources are in advise activity and raises money from investors and lends that money to companies. It represents an alternative to bank lending as well as providing investors with exposure to the more bond-like returns occurring from private debt as an asset class. Investor interest in private debt is increasing because of the low yields available from government bonds. This means that many institutions are being forced to seek alternative sources of yield from a market with interest rates still at a record low.