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Financial Services & International Business Consulting

American Global Fund assists clients with a variety of capital needs. Our firm has a reputation in the funding community for creating innovative financial structures to get transactions closed. We have a proven track record assisting our clients obtain the capital they need, whether it is refinancing an established company or obtaining equity to take advantage of a new opportunity. With access to financial institutions with over 300 funds, we offer capital formation to clients operating in the United States and around the world. Our goal is to provide our clients with the necessary capital to realize their business objectives while providing superior value-added services that consistently exceed expectations.


Senior Debt

Through our extensive relationships with lenders, we provide our clients with a variety of solutions to meet their funding needs. Secured debt facilities include revolving accounts receivable and inventory lines of credit, term loans, purchase order financing, contract financing, equipment financing, real estate and equipment sale-leaseback transactions, real estate financing and bridge financing.


Subordinated Debt

Growth capital for middle market companies often takes the form of subordinated debt. We have developed relationships with subordinated debt sources active in middle market financing. Given the ever-changing criteria and funding capabilities of these firms, American Global Fund maintains extensive databases to facilitate locating the appropriate capital source based upon our client's industry, stage of growth and capital requirements. We assist companies in identifying, structuring and closing the transaction that best fits their needs and financial requirements.


Equity

American Global Fund works with institutional equity funds and broker-dealers in equity placement transactions. Our investor relationships target both high-growth as well as distressed situations. These transactions range from initial public offerings to secondary offerings and private placements.