Accrutus Capital established in 2007, provides alternative capital solutions for Australian small businesses. We offer a holistic working capital finance solutions with unsecured products for unsecured working capital and unsecured business loans and merchant cash advance that support growth. Our short-term collateral loans enable urgent funding for development and acquisition. We understand each business structure is unique and the issues business owners face to fund the company’s growth.
BUSINESS INTRODUCTION SERVICE
Our objective is to assist high quality companies secure funding through a small-scale unregulated offers and match the opportunity with potential investments for ascertained investors.
Our capital raising division was established in 2009 and operates as a BUSINESS INTRODUCTION SERVICE under ASIC Class Order 02/0273 (as of 24 March 2017 replaced by (Repeal and Transitional) Instrument 2017/186)) to offer small-scale investment in Australia. UPDATED: ASIC Corporations (Amendment) Instrument 2019/216 has the effect of preserving the relief provided by the original Class Order until 1 April 2022.
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- 188A business innovation stream
- 188B investor stream
- 188C significant investor stream
- 188E entrepreneur stream
- 188D premium investor
Working Capital Finance – Accrutus
- Unsecured working capital
- Merchant cash advance
- Unsecured business loans
- Invoice and trade Finance
- Short-term collateral loans
Accrutus Capital Business Advisory
Our business advisory division facilitates capital raising programs to support SMEs to launch new markets and disruptive products. Diversified team from corporate banking, financial advising, property and insurance, technology and business coaching sectors.
Accrutus Capital Fee Policy
Our fee structure is based on the capital raising programs and business introduction services appropriate to your fund raising requirements. We charge an initial flat fee for providing the various services starting from $18,000 plus GST based on the scale and nature of the opportunity.
Capital Raising commissions for successful investment is from 2% to 5% of funds raised.
Alternative funding programs such as SME Bonds and RESI Bonds incur an application and processing fee. Additional fees for the preparation, issuance, compliance and registration of the Bond.
Accrutus Capital Compliance – ASIC Class Order CO [02/0273]
Accrutus Capital provides a Business Introduction or Matching Service in accordance with ASIC Class Order CO [02/0273] (as of 24 March 2017 replaced by (Repeal and Transitional) Instrument 2017/186)) which provides exemptions to the disclosure requirements under section 708 of the Corporations Act.
UPDATED: ASIC Corporations (Amendment) Instrument 2019/216 has the effect of preserving the relief provided by the original Class Order until 1 April 2022. More information
As the operator of a business introduction service, Accrutus Capital does not have any pecuniary interest in the outcome of any investments offered by the users of the business introduction service other than the charging of a fee for providing the business introduction service or the payment of an introduction commission.
Investment in new business carries high risks. It is highly speculative and before investing in any project about which information is given, prospective Investors are strongly advised to take appropriate professional advice.
The information contained on our website, or any Publication that has been prepared by or on behalf of the person who is proposing to issue or sell the securities or scheme interests and neither the Operator, nor the publisher (if any) has undertaken an independent review of the information contained on our website or Publication.
The information contained on our website or Publication about the proposed business opportunity and the securities or scheme interests is not intended to be the only information on which the investment decision is made and is not a substitute for a disclosure document, product disclosure statement or any other notice that may be required under the Corporations Act. Detailed information may be needed to make an investment decision, for example financial statements, a business plan, information about ownership of intellectual or industrial property, or expert opinions including valuations or auditors’ reports.
Prospective Investors should be aware that no established market exists for the trading of any securities or scheme interests that may be offered.