Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

At HSS, we recognize that businesses depend on adequate capital to maintain, grow or restructure operations. Capital provides a wide array of financing options from the simple business loan to complex financing structures.

Our professionals possess extensive experience in all aspects of corporate finance so whether you are in a growth phase, are restructuring, contemplating a merger or acquisition or are looking to refinance debt, we can help in your efforts to raise capital.

HSS partners have strong relationships with banks, credit unions, private equity investors and alternative capital providers. Through this network of contacts, HSS can help identify and introduce businesses to the appropriate traditional and non-traditional financing sources. We will develop a financial plan along with financing structures; help you in presenting your case to lenders and/or investors and assist in any negotiations necessary.

Related Pages: Transaction Advisory Services, Merger & Acquisition Planning, Financial Due Diligence, Transaction Tax

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