Asset Financing

Asset Financing

The act of a company pledging a security interest in some asset in order to obtain cash. This term is most commonly used when a company is seeking short-term financing, such as working capital. Generally speaking, asset financing refers to a company's pledge of its accounts receivable or inventories in order to obtain a loan, but other assets may be used as well. See also: Factoring, Collateral.
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These rating weaknesses are partially offset by its sound asset quality and adequate experience of its promoters in asset financing.
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