The challenge addressed by Equities First Holdings in lending sector

Equities First Holdings, LLC (EFH), has existed since 2002. It has provided alternative financial solutions to clients. They supply their customers with capital that is not of publicly traded stock which has enabled them to meet personal and professional goals of their own.

All over the world, EFH provides money that is against shares traded on exchanges by the public. Up to date, it is on record that the company has offered high loan-to-value at low-interest rates to its customers. Besides, it has carried out more than 700 transactions worth an amount not less than $1.4 billion.

The global company has its offices situated in nine countries which include London’s wholly owned subsidiaries Equities First Limited, Equities First Holdings Singapore Limited, Equities First Holdings Hong Kong Limited, Equities First Holdings Australia Limited just to mention a few.

In 2016, The global leader dealing in alternative shareholding financing solutions relocated to Melbourne office which is now Equities First Holdings (Australia) Pty Limited. Located in the heart of Melbourne, the new EFH would make it readily available to customers and business associates.

Equities First Holdings maintained business in three locations in Sydney, Perth, and Australia. Their unrivaled loans based on stocks are not restricted. Consequently, the capital raised by clients who take the loans to use for the purpose of their choice. Also, most loans are non-recourse.

The Equities advantage to securities-based lending has given clients more flexibility thus allowing them to peruse their ventures independently. The company does one thing while the customer can do anything.

When it comes to capital; efficiency, speed, and flexibility are often rare. Stock loans do help a great deal, thus assist the client with the hustle of finding liquidity. Traditional investment banks and houses may be other options; the only problem is the long process to navigate, a challenge that Equities First Holdings has addressed.