Oak Street Funding specializes in providing the capital needed to expand insurance businesses, including acquisitions and leveraged buyouts. Adequate cash for such endeavors may or may not be a hindrance.
A capital management strategy involving responsible debt balanced with responsible liquidity is critical to success. Borrowing capital can help you create or maintain a ‘dry powder’ status for emerging opportunities yet not drain liquidity. Oak Street Funding lends to all types of insurance business across a diverse range of product lines. We provide capital for:
- Program Administrators
- Acquisition loans
- Succession and recapitalization loans
- Lines of credit and working capital
- Interest only options
- Realistic debt structures
- Loan terms up to 12 years
February 14, 2019 (Indianapolis, Ind.) – First Franchise Capital (www.firstfranchisecapital.com), a First Financial Bank company, announced that it is introducing the “Pay It Forward Program” for its current clients. First Franchise Capital (FFC) enjoys giving back to...read more
We always strive to share positive information to build optimism among the franchise owners who read our blog. Even when we touch upon challenging subjects, we prefer to offer practical advice for making the most of the situation. Yet when it comes to the long-term...read more
Businesses that are striving to be innovative often embrace popular terminology. One concept that’s been receiving a great deal of attention is “data-driven,” as in a business that roots its operations and decision-making in solid data rather than subjectivity. There...read more
- Target Markets (Spring)
May 15-17 Arlington, VA
- Aon Benfield/MGA and Program Solutions Round Table
May 2017 Chicago, IL
September 9-13 San Diego, CA
- Target Markets (Fall)
October 16-18 Scottsdale, AZ
- The Council Leadership Forum
- SNL Brokerage Summit
- Renaissance Alliance
November 17-18 Newport, RI
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.
Email us below to begin the conversation.
Christian J. Henrich, Esq.