Alternative Capital

Alternative Capital solutions for agri-business, global expansion, acquisition and property development

Property Development

Alternative capital through private lending and investment for construction, land-banking

Agri-Business

Alternative lending for non-conforming and tangible assets, rural property, distressed scenarios

Manufacturing

Capital-intensive industries needing flexible solutions for plant, equipment and warehousing

Alternative business lending to $15 million

Alternative Capital for Economic Growth

Alternative business lending solutions for Australia’s agricultural trade, property development and manufacturing sectors. Non-bank flexible private finance for continued prosperity in rural and metropolitan Australia. Private capital and investment restructures outside of traditional bank lending criteria.

Alternative Capital Real Property

  • Construction loans
  • Land-banking
  • Commercial / Industrial
  • Structured Solutions

Alternative Capital Agriculture

  • Nationally rural and regional
  • Commercial 1st & 2nd mortgages
  • Refinance distressed assets
  • Short-term 9 to 24 months

Alternative Capital Manufacturing

  • Specialist equipment and infrastructure
  • Fund up to 100% of cost of asset
  • Open credit facilities. Line of Credit
  • Operating and finance leases

Alternative Capital

Alternative Business Loans for Agriculture

Private lending solutions designed to help primary producers manage the challenges of uneven income and expenditure, and grow their farm businesses.

 

  1. working capital finance to cover cash flow shortfalls or to finance short-term production costs.
  2. make capital improvements including purchasing property, new farm buildings or production facilities.
  3. improve your efficiency and profitability with the best innovative farm or business equipment. Leases and hire purchase available.
  4. investment in cropping for next season or livestock to re-build numbers.
  5. need to refinance out of your existing loan before the bank forecloses on you.

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How to Qualify for Agri-business Loans?

  1. Privately owned industrial or agricultural business in distressed financial position
  2. Finance for rural and regional real property and assets to $10 million
  3. Serviceability based on future income, can be capitalized I/O and P/I
  4. Will consider ATO debt, defaults, complex structures to refinance
  5. Security can be whole of balance sheet including non-conventional assets
  6. New and used asset purchases of all farming equipment

Accrutus Capital provides funding for the following sectors. Call +61290061327 to discuss your scenario

Alternative Capital Agri-business
Alternative Capital Property
Alternative Capital manufacturing

Alternative Capital

Alternative Business Loans for Property & Development

We offer alternative funding solutions for deals that fall outside the traditional banks as lending criteria continue to tighten.

  1. Stretched senior construction debt (combine asset-based and cash flow loans for higher LVR, or Mezzanine
  2. Preferred equity and Joint Venture finance
  3. Specialist security property such as purpose built or multi-purpose such as motels, childcare centres, petrol station or caravan parks
  4. Foreign buyer finance and refinance of existing facilities
  5. Land-banking to assist with purchasing site pending design, re-zoning and DA

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How to Qualify for Property Loans?

  1. No pre-sales, private investor funded. To 75% of GR
  2. Construction, land-banking, sub-division, residual stock, distressed purchase
  3. First and second commercial mortgages. Fast settlement 1-3 weeks
  4. Finance for rural and regional real property and assets to $15 million
  5. Serviceability based on future value and income, can be capitalized I/O and P/I

Excluded offer to sophisticated and professional investors only under Section 708 of the Corporations Act 2001 Australia

Alternative Capital and Investment

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Acquisition Finance Checklist

Acquiring a business is a long and complex process. It is important to conduct a thorough due diligence investigation to identify any potential issues or deal killers. For the vendor company it is vital that potential acquisition candidates align with your company values and expansion plans. For the buyer or investor it is important that management’s vision, valuations and exit strategies align with your investment criteria.

Here are the key working points to commence your due diligence for a successful deal;

  1. Background information on the owners and the management team, and identify any gaps in skills
  2. The asking price versus the PE multiples and valuation methods adopted that determine the final selling price
  3. Products and services offered, the revenue spread and how this aligns with other competing in the same market
  4. Look for business innovation and investment trends in your preferred industry, consider compliance and ASIC regulations
  5. How intense is the competitive landscape and the barriers-to-entry for any new entrants
  6. Review the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the business and how you can mitigate them
  7. Thoroughly review the financials over the last 5 years, identify revenue trends and profit margins
  8. Check inventory, stock write-offs, out-dated equipment or major infrastructure needed to maintain a competitive edge
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