Equities First Holdings is the Principal Provider of Share-based Loans

Equities First Holdings (EFH) is a recognized giant in offering alternative financial solutions. It supplies funds against publicly traded shares to allow customers to meet their short-term and long-term investment goals. The firm has expanded its operation across strategic countries in the world. Since 2002, it has completed over 650 transactions totaling to over $1.4 billion. It offers loans that attract low fixed interest rates to its both new and loyal clients.

With service centers in nine nations, EFH has a strong global presence. It delivers its services through independent subsidiaries such as Equities First (London), Hong Kong-based EFH, Equities First Holdings (Australia), and South Africa-based EFH. The firm has strived to offer ingenious financial solutions despite its immense expansion.

A unique and secure loan process

  • Individuals who need share-based loans should start by contacting EFH with details about their proposed collateral as well as the amount of funds they require. They can contact the firm via email: [email protected] or phone: 1.866.507.9160.
  • Once the EFH’s professionals determine that an alternative financing solution is ideal for the interested individuals, they will come up with the loan terms and compute a loan-to-value ratio and the interest rate.
  • Terms agreement and transfer of collaterals: Clients should read and understand the EFH’s terms agreement. They should proceed to sign the agreement and move the collateral to a custodian account provided by EFH.
  • Funding: EFH uses a delivery-versus-payment strategy to fund loans. This method ensures both loan proceeds and collateral are moved into holding accounts concurrently.
  • Return of collateral: Borrowers must pay the agreed upon interest throughout the loan period. At the end of the loan period, the borrowers receive their pledged collateral in full, but they must have cleared the principal funding.

Growth in stock-based borrowers

Equity First Holding has noted a significant growth in share-based loans and margin loans in an arena where many financial institutions have restricted their lending standards. The company is rapidly gaining popularity among borrowers who are looking for quick means of raising capital. The founder and chief executive of EFH, Al Christy, see stock-based loans as a groundbreaking financial solution for individuals seeking urgent capital. The loan-to-value ratio of share-based loans is higher when compared to that of margin loans. Additionally, share-based loans have a fixed interest rate, offering certainty throughout the entire duration of the transaction. Al Christy says that share-based loans are a unique strategy that investors can use to navigate economic downturns.

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Questions Raised Over New Brunswick Devco’s Inability To Repay The CRDA Loan

The failure by the Middlesex County Improvement Authority to pay the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority’s (CRDA) principal and interest has raised questions over the viability of the projects being undertaken by the New Brunswick Development Corporation. The interest payment to the CRDA amounts to $20 million. The loan was provided for purposes of facilitating the renovation of Heldrich Hotel as well as construction of a conference center and a New Brunswick hotel.

This was not the first time that the Improvement Authority had failed to honor its obligation since 2005 when it was loaned the money. Over the last five years, the authority has accrued about $7 million in arrears. This situation has made analysts doubt the ability of the Improvement Authority to pay the loan and the feasibility of the various projects that New Brunswick DEVCO undertakes to do.
Questions on the projects being over sighted by Devco has seen people doubt whether the Atlantic City was right to come up with the Atlantic City Development Corporation, a private firm modeled on the New Brunswick Devco. The Atlantic City Devco is expected to manage over $200 million required for various projects in the city. Although Chris Paladino, the head of both corporations, claims that CRDA will be paid, the failure of his projects in New Brunswick is considered as an outcome of what might happen in the Atlantic City. This information was originally published on Press of Atlantic City as found in this link http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/breaking/unpaid-million-crda-loan-raises-questions-about-new-brunswick-devco/article_a03318e2-dcdb-11e5-a563-67611bc7b7bc.html.
Although Heldrich Hotel has seen its occupancy rate reach 63.5% in 2015, the Hotel has not still recovered from the economic downturn of 2008. This problem has been made conspicuous by Paladino’s move to invest another $776,000 into the hotel. This amount is intended to fund basic capital expenses. If the trend continues, Devco will have no way of convincing the New Brunswick County to continue with similar projects.
About the New Brunswick Devco
New Brunswick Development Corporation, popularly known as DEVCO, was founded in the mid-70s. Its objective was to reignite economic growth in New Brunswick through a wide variety of redevelopment projects. Currently, the private nonprofit real estate development firm has made over $1.6 billion worth of investments.