Corsa Coal entered into a $25 million senior secured revolver with KeyBank. The company concurrently entered into a lease financing agreement with Key Equipment Finance and 36th Street Capital. read more
Malcolm C. Lindquist, a former member of the ELFA Legal Committee and an active participant in the ELFA Legal Forum, passed away on Sunday, August 4, after losing a courageous battle with cancer. read more
Cost and technology are two key themes underlying virtually every trend and issue impacting the healthcare industry, according to the newest ELFF study, Vertical Market Outlook Series: Healthcare. read more
Up until I spotted the iceberg looming ahead, it had been a perfectly nice voyage. The CEO and I were both excited to launch a new product in a growing field. However, after my repeated requests to find more beta... read more
What are the things you find most useful when working with funding sources? What do you find least useful? Paul Burnham: Funders, please let the TPO [third party originator] know how important they are to the organization. Answer the phone... read more
With a build-up of used inventory creating an oversaturated market, companies need to weigh several options when it comes to investing and subsequently selling a commercial truck. Dale Tower of Corcentric offers some advice on what companies can do to maintain resale value.
Vice President of Financial Services,
Corcentric Capital Equipment Solutions
Asset sale lease-backs are not a new idea. However, it is an idea that makes good sense today. Corcentric’s Patrick Gaskins and Mike Hamilton go over the basics to explain why this strategy might work to your advantage in current market conditions.