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May 14, 2015

Super G Funding Announces Cash Flow Lending Division in Century City Office

Following the closing of a $100 million fund commitment, Super G Funding is proud to announce the formation of a dedicated cash flow lending division based in Century City, CA.  The focus of this group, led by Charlie Perer, is to provide fully amortizing senior and subordinated cash flow loans to underserved lower middle market companies seeking up to $5 million in capital.

As a company founded and run by entrepreneurs…

We believe in providing exceptional client service.  The combination of our experienced deal professionals and committed fund structure enable us to offer:

  • Tailored solutions—customized, flexible solutions based on cash flow and business needs
  • Straightforward closing process—covenant light documents and capital on-hand allow us to move forward faster than other groups
  • Strategic relationships—we work in cooperation with and subordinate to commercial banks, asset based lenders and factors

 

LOAN TYPES:

Senior Term Loan

Alternative debt financing solution tailored to:

  • Companies that cannot obtain traditional bank financing
  • Companies that are in the special assets group of current lender
  • Companies that are seeking to consolidate debt and grow into traditional bank financing

 

Subordinated Term Loan

Complementary financing solution tailored to:

  • Companies that have additional capital needs beyond what their existing senior lender is willing to provide
  • Companies seeking a non-dilutive alternative to mezzanine financing
  • Companies seeking a more cash flow friendly alternative to purchase order financing

 

BORROWER PROFILE

  • Revenue: $5MM-100MM
  • Cash flow to support amortization
  • Primarily private companies, but will work with public companies
  • Broad industry coverage
  • Geography: United States
  • Broad use of funds

 

DEAL STRUCTURE

  • Loan Size: Up to $5,000,000
  • Term: 6-36 months
  • Pricing contingent on credit profile
  • Flexible repayment structure, but amortization required
  • Covenant light
  • Collateral preferred but not always required