Tristone assists clients in arranging financing they require to pursue growth opportunities, consummate acquisitions or to address shareholder liquidity objectives and recapitalizations. The capital we help arrange for clients include:
- Private Equity
- Public Equity
- Mezzanine Debt
- Bank Debt
We have relationships with and knowledge of a wide range of domestic and international sources of capital including:
- Private Equity Funds
- Alternative Investment Funds
- Venture Capital Funds
- Infrastructure Funds
- Distressed and Special Situation Funds
- Family Offices
- Hedge Funds
- Private Credit Funds
- Non-Bank Finance Companies
In addition to access to these sources, we also understand their investment preferences and are skilled in communicating opportunities to them. Our clients enjoy uncommon access to different types of capital, depending on each client’s unique objectives. Some of the situations where we arrange capital include:
Many businesses require financing in order to take advantage of attractive growth opportunities. Whether it involves product line/facility expansion or working capital to scale a rapidly growing organization, Tristone has the ability to identify debt and equity financing sources for a wide range of situations.
Rescue Financing for Stressed or Distressed Companies
Promoters of stressed or highly leveraged companies need external capital to deleverage the balance sheet or to provide working capital and liquidity for stabilizing and growing the business. Tristone help such companies by arranging capital from domestic and international special situation investors.
Shareholder Recapitalizations or Asset Monetization
Business owners often require assistance in evaluating the desirability of achieving partial liquidity for their business while maintaining an active role in management. We are frequently involved in situations where one shareholder may wish to exit an investment while others wish to retain their interests. Tristone can help companies arrange the debt and/or equity financing required to accomplish these types of transactions.