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Businesses have working capital needs throughout their life cycle, from the development stages to divestiture. When it’s time to take your RIA firm to the next level through organic growth, Oak Street Funding can help.
A capital injection loan may be used to grow your business in any number of ways. For example, you could use the money to launch a new initiative to automate client services. Or you might want to expand your portfolio of investment options which could require additional staff and resources. You may have outgrown your current space and need funds to lease a larger office or building, or maybe it’s time for a build-out to update and improve your existing space.
Financing for RIAs
- Flexible structures (non-SBA loans)
- Terms up to 10 years
- Loans/lines of credit
Uses of Capital
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Successions and owner buyouts
- Business debt consolidation
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RIA Firm Events
- Echelon Partners/DDM Summit
September 19-20 in Newport Beach
- NAPFA Fall Conference
October 18-21 in Orlando
- The MarketCounsel Summit
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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