- Up to 95% of eligible invoices
- Revolving credit facility secured against current assets
- Debt purchase or loan against receivables
- Export funding capability
Asset Based Lending (ABL) offers secured financing solutions against receivables and/or other collateral classes (inventory, plant and machinery, and property) for corporate customers, including those owned by private equity sponsors.
We originate, structure and execute ABL solutions on a bilateral and syndicated basis. ABL could be used across transactions that include working capital, acquisitions, re-financings, turnaround and restructuring.
We are able to help corporate customers identify how to utilise their balance sheet to access lower cost capital.
ABL could be an attractive financing option owing to its flexibility and availability for all corporate purposes and sectors. The lending can be based on: Receivables, Inventory, Plant and Machinery, and Property. We can undertake asset due diligence across all asset classes.
ABL could be particularly suitable for:
GBP 27,000,000 Multi-Currency Receivables Finance Facility; GBP 15,000,000
Lender: NatWest, February, United Kingdom
GBP 11,000,000 Receivables Finance Facility; GBP 9,000,000 CLBILS
Bilateral Lender: RBSIF & NatWest, November 2020, United Kingdom
GBP 50,000,000 Inventory Finance Facility
Lender: NatWest, October 2020, United Kingdom
GBP 25,000,000 Invoice Discounting Facilities; GBP 7,500,000 Lombard Pre-Inception Facility; GBP 5,000,000 CLBILS Facility
Arranger: NatWest, August 2020, United Kingdom
GBP 50,000,000 Asset Based Lending; GBP12,000,000 Lombard & NatWest Markets
Bilateral: NatWest, June 2020, United Kingdom
GBP 25,000,00 Inventory Finance Facility
Lender: NatWest, March 2020, United Kingdom
GBP 40,000,000 Revolving Asset Based Lending Facility; GBP 8,700,000 Lombard Asset Finance Facility
Lender: Royal Bank of Scotland, February 2020, United Kingdom
GBP 25,000,000 Asset based Lending Facility; GBP 1,000,000 Lombard Asset Finance
Lender: NatWest, January 2020, United Kingdom
GBP 18,000,000 Confidential Invoice Discounting
Bilateral: NatWest, March 2020, United Kingdom