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James has extensive experience as a transactional attorney. James began his legal career in 1991 as a factoring attorney with Heller Financial in New York City. James subsequently relocated to Heller’s corporate headquarters in Chicago to provide legal services to a wide variety of business divisions, including corporate finance and equipment finance. James returned to New York City in 1997 a...

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Entrepreneur Growth Capital

Entrepreneur Growth Capital has been providing working capital to small and mid-sized businesses since 1937.

In fact, it is still owned and managed by the third generation of its founding family. We know how to use our capital to help your business succeed. We don’t get bogged down by bureaucracy and red tape; we create solutions efficiently and fairly.

If you are an ENTREPRENEUR seeking GROWTH and in need of CAPITAL, come see how our experience can help you succeed.




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Recent Fundings

Type: ABL
Amount: $500,000
Collateral: A/R
Industry: Nutraceutical
Location: PA
Date Issued: 02/14
A private equity firm, whom EGC had worked with previously, had purchased and reorganized a struggling nutraceutical business. We viewed this business as a “re-start” as both management and systems were completely new. Despite not having reliable information from the previous owners, EGC was able to work with the new management based on the prior relationship with the private equity firm.
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Type: Factoring
Amount: $250,000
Collateral: A/R
Industry: Medical Devices
Location: TX
Date Issued: 01/14
This client was referred to us by an existing client. We originally provided two merchant cash advances. The client was able to pay off a small balance at their senior lender and then requested that EGC provide some spot factoring in time for the Chinese New Year.
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Type: ABL
Amount: $5,500,000
Collateral: A/R, Real Estate
Industry: Flooring
Location: NY
Date Issued: 11/13
This 50 year old business had been in workout for over a year with a money center bank. It had entered into an agreement with another asset based lender to refinance. When the field exam came up short on availability, they sought another lender. EGC was able to do this deal by 1) increasing the availability on a/r by extending to 120 days and by increasing the amount of the term loan on real estate.
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