Capital Raising Service
We, MaximaxSolution, offers unique core competencies in helping companies raise institutional growth capital in the form of working capital facilities, asset-based loans, term loans, convertible loan, subordinate debt, growth equity, or venture capital. Our service for “Preparation for Capital Raising” would be completely helpful assistance for your company’s growth.
We focus on from $0.5 million – $75 million financings of growth companies and leverage close and often personal relationships within the specialty finance, commercial lending, private equity, and venture capital communities in the region.
MaximaxSolution professionals have extensive experience in corporate finance across a wide array of situations, transaction types, and industry sectors. Uniquely, MaximaxSolution professionals’ experience spans wider angles of transactions.
How we help our clients,
Develop Funding Strategy – Developing a good fundraising strategy revolves around the acquirer having a clear idea of what they expect to gain from accepting the equity share or loan – what their business purpose is for investing in the Company.
Set the Fund-Raising Criteria – Determining the key criteria for identifying potential investors including the option for grand funding.
Search for Potential Investors – We will provide advice on our identified search criteria to look for and then evaluate potential investment companies or investors.
Begin Fund Raising Planning – We collaborate and make contact with one or more investors that meet its search criteria and appear to offer good value; the purpose of initial conversations is to get more information about them and to see how amenable to the Company’s funding strategy.
Perform Valuation Analysis – Assuming initial contact and conversations go well, the Company asks the investor to provide their background, AMU, current portfolio, operating model, Investment Management, and Investment monitoring modes that will enable the Company to further evaluate the Company’s growth strategies, both as a business on its own and as a suitable acquisition target.
Negotiations – After producing several valuation models of the Company, the company should have sufficient information to enable it to construct a reasonable offer; once the initial offer has been presented, the Company can negotiate terms in more detail.
Preparing for Due Diligence – Due diligence is an exhaustive process that begins when the offer has been accepted; due diligence aims to confirm or correct the investor’s assessment of the value of the Company by conducting a detailed examination and analysis of every aspect of the Company’s operations – its financial metrics, assets, and liabilities, customers, human resources, etc.
Purchase and Sale Contract – Assuming due diligence is completed with no major problems or concerns arising, the next step forward is executing a final contract for sale; the parties make a final decision on the type of purchase agreement, whether it is to be an asset purchase or share purchase.
Financing Strategy for the Fund Raised – The Company will, of course, have explored financing options for the deal earlier, but the details of financing typically come together after the purchase and sale agreement has been signed.
Closing and Integration of the Acquisition – The investment deal closes, and the management teams of the Company and the Investment monitoring team of the investor work together on the process of implementing the business plan submitted to the investor.
For startups and small and medium businesses considering raising outside capital, there are certain issues that get much of the focus and attention, such as a company’s valuation, investor pitch deck, and term sheet. Before a company tackles these aspects of raising capital, however, there are many housekeeping matters that it should assess in order to take full advantage of its capital-raising opportunities. MaximaxSolution provides comprehensive services of all of the key considerations in preparing to raise private capital as your deal advisor.