Warehouse Financing

Warehouse Financing

A loan or line of credit available to a business secured by raw materials held in a warehouse. The materials may be held in a place designated by the lender or in the borrower's own warehouse (provided it is managed by a third party). The business places these materials as collateral in exchange for an operating loan. Repayment may be flexible in warehouse financing as it may be tied to the rate at which the borrower uses the raw material to make a finished product. See also: Inventory financing.
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Upon the closing of the transaction, the net proceeds from the sale of the Notes were applied to reduce borrowings outstanding under Exeter's existing warehouse financing facility.
Services available under these products include overdrafts, revolving loans, invoice discounting, distribution financing, term loans, local purchase order financing, bankers acceptance, bridge loans, warehouse financing, project financing, leasing, and guarantees.
It is also a three-time recipient of the "Best Domestic Commercial Bank" at the BME Industry Awards, a sister event that showcases exceptional banks in the region, and currently provides a range of customised solutions from overdraft/loan packages to warehouse financing.
Over a period of three years, the project will set up the legal and regulatory framework to introduce and scale-up warehouse financing.
Novi Sad under the Warehouse Financing Framework for Serbia.
With its acquisition in September 2012 of NattyMac, a warehouse lender from Guggenheim Partners, Stonegate Mortgage has created an integrated warehouse and loan sale solution for its clients to ensure that independent mortgage bankers have access to warehouse financing, liquidity for their agency loans and a mortgage servicer with an intense focus on delivering a superior customer experience.
The initiative would be implemented under the Warehouse Financing Framework.
Warehouse financing in general refers to financing to help the flow of manufactured goods or raw materials, which usually were held as collateral for the financing, often in a warehouse.
The company said it would continue to seek additional working capital and warehouse financing to enable it to try and generate new business, but warned that agreements were likely to be at significantly lower volumes than recent levels.
Allied Capital has agreed to continue to provide Timarron with warehouse financing to fund its origination activities through the closing.
We anticipate that we will improve Plus Funding's financial performance as a result of our secondary market execution, lower cost of warehouse financing and the introduction of administrative synergies.
For example, before obtaining Chase's warehouse financing services, consumer-lending companies must make certain written representations and warranties stating that they are in compliance with all applicable laws, including consumer protection laws.