What is Debtor-in-Possession (DIP)?

Debtor-in-Possession (DIP financing) is funding provided to a company that has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from creditors. It is typically available to companies where lenders believe the company has a credible chance and a viable plan to turn itself around. It is not available to firms that simply want to liquidate the company. eCapital offers DIP funding.

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DIP Financing Can Help Turn a Company Around Following Bankruptcy

DIP Financing Can Help Turn a Company Around Following Bankruptcy

Businesses in financial distress usually find that sources of new funding shrink just when they need it the most. The ability to obtain further advances…
Debt Financing vs. Equity: What’s Right For Your Business?

Debt Financing vs. Equity: What’s Right For Your Business?

When it comes to financing your business, how do you know what is the right option for you? Is it through debt financing via options…
How Stasher Found Sustainable Success with Debt Financing

How Stasher Found Sustainable Success with Debt Financing

The “Debt is Not a Four-Letter Word” workshop at FounderMade’s D2C Finance & Funding Summit in June 2021 was very informative and inspiring; so much…

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