Equity capital as the foundation for your activities abroad
Starting to do business abroad is often risky, and generally requires risk capital, i.e. equity capital. Financing with equity capital will give your company the flexibility you need to overcome setbacks and absorb delays. Local banks are often unwilling to provide unsecured credit, and your bank in Switzerland may be limited in its ability to offer loans for cross-border business. We can help.
Our financing solutions – for your international transactions too
Working capital financing
Traditional business loans allow you to finance working capital as well as liquidity reserves, which means you can also meet your financing needs for your business abroad.
Investment financing can be used for capital assets, such as the purchase of machinery or to fund the expansion of your business. It can take the form of a fixed advance or a fixed-rate loan.
Leasing can be the ideal way to benefit from capital investments in production, IT and communication facilities without having to pay upfront for them.