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RM Capital structures funding solutions designed around current commercial circumstances and future growth. We offer a number of different funding instruments and can cater to clients experiencing difficulty in securing funding from mainstream banks. Our innovative and flexible funding structures can be designed for working capital, cashflow or revolving credit funding

RM Capital approaches each funding transaction on its own merits on a case by case basis. We do not approach transactions like bankers, and take a broad range of factors into account to find the best funding solution to cater to the exigencies of the clients commercial needs and circumstances.

The funding that we provide is generally focused on growth companies, to assist , by way of example to meeting short and medium term obligations to sustain and increase businesses trading; funding for purchase order and materials purchases; funding for the acquisition of material assets; bridging finance reliant on a realizable exit event; funding management buyouts, sales of businesses; and general funding required for expansion and commercial growth in the enterprise,

By example of a recent transaction completed:

RM Capital assisted and funded over R5million to a sizeable commercial enterprise in the Western Cape.

The owners of the enterprise were engaging with a foreign buyer for the business and were experiencing cash flow constraints and did not meet regular funders mandates.

The company needed to comply with expensive due diligence obligations for the transaction to continue. RM Capital worked with the owners of the business and their attorneys to structure a funding transaction to enable the business the time to negotiate the transaction to finality without the pressure of monthly repayment commitments. The funding structure allowed the business to reap a greater benefit from the foreign transaction proceeding to finality and was seen as a win win transaction.

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"An entrepreneur without funding is like a musician without an instrument."

Robert A. Rice Jr.

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