A Financial and Securities Lawyer in Calgary Available to Help
One of the main pitfalls of any new business is the inability to secure adequate financing. In today’s economy, with tighter lending procedures, it is important to ensure that you put your best foot forward when considering requesting or raising finances.
Let us, as your most reliable financing lawyer in Calgary and securities lawyer in Calgary, assist you in developing a solid business plan, and in particular a detailed funding request and financial projections for recovery of such funding. We can further assist you in raising equity or debt financing in order for your business to effectively maintain its going concern status.
Business Plans – Cornerstone of obtaining adequate financing from one of the big “A” lenders in Alberta is the requirement to have a solid business plan for your business. A business plan includes everything about your business, including the company description, market analysis, internal organization and management, services provided, and a marketing plan. Further, a business plan should provide specifics regarding the funding draws required for each step of your business. In particular, it should be clear whether you want debt or equity, the terms you’d like applied, and the length of time your request will cover. In addition, supplementing your funding request with financial projection will provide stronger support for obtaining the funding that you have requested.
We can assist you and your business in drafting a complete business plan in order to better the financing opportunities offered. Further, we can assist with all the legal aspects of your company’s draft business plan.
Debt and Equity Financing – We can assist your business in obtaining the necessary financing to jump start or maintain your business as a going concern, and in particular:
Initial Public Offerings
If you have questions about your particular situation, please contact one of our corporate law lawyers.
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