If your company has adequate operating capital but needs an infusion of cash to continue growth, securing an asset-based loan might make perfect sense. Asset backed lending, also known as ABL, uses specific assets as collateral for a loan. Whether the loan is tied to inventory, accounts receivable, or machinery and equipment, this type of loan allows a growing company to leverage existing assets and not dilute investor equity.

Efficient Collateral Structuring for Asset-Based Lending

It is critical with asset-based lending to ensure optimal structuring to reduce the borrowing cost of capital. Armentum understands the myriad ways to structure an asset-based loan for the best return on borrowed money. We have deep and broad experience facilitating this type of asset-based financing to enable growth. Through strategic management of the entire process, we work with our lenders to ensure you get the right capital with the most situationally appropriate and favorable terms possible.

Structuring an Asset-Based Loan to Assist Growth

Let’s discuss how Armentum can facilitate asset backed lending for your company.

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Our Transactions

Aerin Medical

Senior Debt $15,000,000

Private Medical Device Consulting Company

Subordinated Debt $14,500,000

Private Orthopedics Company

Senior Debt $60,000,000

Admedus

Senior Debt $10,000,000

Tepha

Senior Debt $7,500,000

Birchbox

Subordinated Debt $25,000,000

Private Sustainable Fertilizer Manufacturer

Project Finance $20,000,000

Plx Pharma

Senior Debt $15,000,000
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About Armentum

Armentum Partners is an independent financial services firm focused on facilitating debt transactions primarily for technology and healthcare companies. We provide non-dilutive capital-raising solutions, including asset-backed lending, venture debt, middle market debt, and royalty financing solutions. Our deep industry knowledge, years of experience, and long-term, trusted relationships with lenders allow us to help our clients optimize their capital structure and facilitate growth.