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During the life cycle of your business, you may be faced with cash flow challenges which require reducing the burden of existing debts. For example, you might need to pay off a bank lien, a seller’s note/earn-out payment or some revolving business debt.
If you find it necessary to restructure or consolidate your debt obligations, Oak Street Funding can help you improve or restore liquidity. Our debt consolidation loan allows you to clean up your balance sheet by combining multiple loans into one with the goal of achieving more favorable financing.
You may not remember the 1992 movie “Glengarry Glen Ross,” but you’ve probably heard Alec Baldwin character’s admonishment to his sales team: “always be closing!” For today’s mid-sized and larger RIA firms, a better piece of advice is “always be acquiring!” It makes...read more
An RIA ready to pursue a growth strategy will probably need some degree of outside funding. And since most RIA firms view themselves as small businesses, they may assume the best source is a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan obtained with the help of a local...read more
There’s a funny thing about high school and college reunions: when we arrive, we’re shocked at how old everyone looks. We can pretend we’re not aging, but we can’t escape the fact that we’re growing a little older every day. Retirement may not be in our immediate...read more
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To learn more about financing options for your business, please contact one of our knowledgable experts. We can answer any questions you may have, and suggest the best route for moving forward.
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Craig Rumler, COO, Bloomfield Hills Financial
“For our first funding, we gave Oak Street a difficult deadline to close in three weeks and their team did a super job of identifying what we needed to provide to get the deal done – most lenders would not be able to do this, but Oak Street made it happen. The process was easy, and the team was very flexible and responsive. We have already completed a second funding and plan to continue to work with Oak Street on future financing projects.”