We work with existing companies as well as experience start-ups to obtain funds for Corporate Financing and Project Funding.
Our large clientele consists of medium, large, and multi-national corporations including:
We have represented clients in connection with numerous types of asset and project financing including:
Please submit an executive summary and the past 3-year financial statements along with a brief description of the loan request and use of funds. Upon approval, a complete and detailed business plan and additional documentation will be requested. You can submit your documents by email to email@example.com or call 844-623-3863 to speak with someone in our office.
At MY Company Funding, we apply our strengths as a leading broker of project financing to unlock value and propel growth. Our capital partners fuel the development of businesses and communities. Our strategic advice helps companies and governments stabilize, grow and thrive during these challenging times. We work with hundreds of banks, lenders, and private individuals to get funds in emerging markets and entrepreneurs that will be the wellsprings of future opportunity.
Above all, we have made it our No. 1 priority to serve the needs of our clients and funding partners. This commitment is reflected in a culture that values integrity, professionalism, and a passion for excellence. It also leads us to operate with prudence, financial discipline, a long-term perspective, and a clear understanding that trust is something we must earn every day.
The traditional approach to corporate finance is characterized by the fact that lenders allocate funds to the company, and not to its specific project.
If the borrower is an oil and gas company, it can get a large loan to use it for various purposes, including the purchase of LNG tankers, expansion of regasification terminals, etc. On the contrary, project finance applies to the financing of a specific project, which must be appropriately isolated from the rest of the business activities.
In the case of traditional financing, all of the company’s assets can be used to repay the debt, while in the case of PF schemes, only specific project assets serve as collateral. This is the so-called off-balance sheet financing.
As for traditional financing, its cost depends on the reputation of the company, its risks, past activities, credit history, and guarantees provided. The cost of the PF is based on the potential performance of the project, the expected cash flows, and the risks associated with the project.
Project finance is used to finance large-scale projects (infrastructure, LNG, energy projects) that require a very long financing period.
On the other hand, in corporate finance, borrowed funds can be used to replenish working capital, service other loans, purchase equipment, and for other purposes with different time horizons (short-term, medium-term, long-term).