About the only guarantee with any business plan is that things won’t actually happen exactly the way you planned them. Development takes longer, customers can’t commit, supply chains hiccup or investment rounds are delayed. Or maybe everything goes just great, but the customer doesn’t pay on time.
Whatever doesn’t go according to plan invariably affects cash flow and management often finds it necessary to raise additional capital to cover the shortfall. When this occurs, one of JMJ’s bridge loan structures may uniquely meet the issuer’s needs.
Our bridge loan structures may have different qualification requirements than typical convertible debt structures. Plus, our bridge loan structures are designed to conserve cash; often, there is no repayment due until the liquidity event occurs. These unique structures are especially popular with companies closing larger rounds and/or uplistings as they don’t complicate the balance sheet for subsequent investors or affect national exchange requirements.
If a defined liquidity event is not in the near future, the good news is that we also have a variety of other new programs and can assist your company or client with funding from $50,000 to $3 million or more. Many of these innovative new debt and equity programs didn’t even exist a year ago. So let us know about your situation and we’ll see if we can help.