Also see General Information under our : ' FUNDING Tab '
- FOUNDER'S OWN STARTUP FUNDING.
- CO - FUNDER SUPPORT FUNDING.
- FAMILY, FRIENDS & FOOLS ( FFF ).
- RETAIL & COMMERCIAL BANKS.
- ANGEL FUNDERS.
- CROWD FUNDING.
- VENTURE CAPITALISTS.
- GOVERNMENT FUNDING.
- INVESTMENT BANK FUNDING.
- SHADOW BANKING INSTITUTIONS.
- PUBLIC - LISTING ON STOCK EXCHANGE.
Depending on Business Type and Stage.
Paperwork and Full Details Required.
Until early 2000, funding structures in South Africa comprised of only two components : Senior Debt provided by the Banks, and Equity that was provided by Private Equity Funds and other institutions such as the Industrial Development Corporation ( IDC ).
The government's success in introducing a measure of macroeconomic stability and predictability has led to the emergence of a huge potential market for " mezzanine " products, which rank behind Secured Bank Debt but ahead of Equity, which are called hybrid products as they usually combine both Debt and Equity features. With senior debt sourced at rates of 10-15 % and equity funds targeting returns of 25-35 %, the space for funders seeking to earn returns between 15-25 % has ballooned. CLICK the LINK above to read the Full Article.
Getting Money When the BANK says - NO !
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