The Meadow Group work with companies to build financial products in the form of Corporate Bonds, Loan Notes and Private Placements.
Money is the bloodline of any business. A company needs funds to build out projects, or expand into new markets. But the problem organisations face is that they typically need far more money than the average bank is willing to offer. One solution is to raise money by issuing debt (in the form of a Loan Note or Corporate Bond). Investors then lend a portion of the capital needed. The organisation that sells a bond or loan note is known as the issuer. Another solution is through a private placement. This strategy allows a company to sell shares to a select group of investors privately instead of the public. In a private placement, both the offering and sale of equity (shares) in the company is made between a business (issuer) and a select number of investors (aka lenders). Private placement has advantages over other equity financing methods, including less burdensome regulatory requirements, reduced cost and time, and the ability to remain a private company.