direct financing

direct financing

The raising of funds without using an intermediary. For example, a firm may decide to save an underwriter's fee by offering new securities directly to investors.
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VPC Fund II will implement a distressed private debt and equity strategy to provide direct financing solutions to underserved or distressed US-based companies in the lower end of the middle market.
Dell s commercial customers in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland can now access direct financing for leases and loans to support their IT Solutions and long-term growth through Dell Financial Services (DFS).
The new $400 million Burger King franchise financing program will provide new or existing Burger King(R) franchisees with direct financing for construction, acquisitions, remodeling, upgrades or equipment.
ABC has also issued set bills for SMEs to expand their direct financing channel.
Direct financing through these programs may not exceed 50 percent of investment costs, with an absolute limit of DM 1 million per project (excluding local financing schemes).
The ERDB loan is part of its Western Balkans Sustainable Energy Direct Financing Facility.
Additional pressures may be experienced given the airline industry's weak fundamentals, but that vulnerability is mitigated by the high quality of that portfolio, which is largely Stage III conforming aircraft and on longer-term, direct financing leases.
The price per share of the Inovio Biomedical common stock issued upon completion of the direct financing and issuable upon the exchange of the ordinary shares of Inovio Asia represents a premium of approximately 105% to the closing price of Inovio Biomedical's common stock on September 15, 2006, the date of execution of the definitive sale agreements.
The price per share of the Inovio common stock to be issued upon completion of the direct financing and upon the exchange represents a premium to the closing price of Inovio's common stock on September 15, 2006 of approximately 105%.
Accordingly, all leasing revenue, lease operating expense, and depreciation expense reported for 2006 includes only those revenues and costs associated with Interpool's owned equipment or equipment leased to customers under direct financing lease arrangements.
With approximately $10 billion in assets under management, Cohen Brothers, through its subsidiaries is one of the largest CDO managers (ranked number two in 2005) and by far the largest manager of direct financing CDOs (also known as "trust preferred' CDOs).
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