What is Borrowing Base?

Borrowing Base is the value assigned to a company’s assets, which is then used by lenders as criteria for providing availability under a loan agreement. These assets can sometimes be considered as collateral for the loan. Inventory and Accounts Receivable Asset Based Lending will many times use a Borrowing base to determine the eligible assets that can be borrowed against.

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How Asset-Based Lending Can Improve Cash Flow During Seasonal Off-Cycles

How Asset-Based Lending Can Improve Cash Flow During Seasonal Off-Cycles

Asset-based lending works well for all sorts of companies that are growing quickly, but if you own a business that experiences seasonal fluctuations, this loan…
A CFO’s Perspective on Refinancing with Asset-Based Lending

A CFO’s Perspective on Refinancing with Asset-Based Lending

The refinancing of a business can be a daunting undertaking. There are a lot of factors to consider and decisions to make, combined with the…

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