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Understanding the Changing ABL MarketMarc AdelsonDecember 3, 2013
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I wanted to share an article that I recently penned for ABL Advisor which discusses the hyper-competitive state of the asset-based lending industry and the impact this market dynamic is having on borrowers and finance companies. Over the past decade … Continue reading

Debt Limits and Government ShutdownMike BackenrothNovember 12, 2013
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By Mike Backenroth While the debt ceiling talks are over for now, the next default risk is said to be due as early as March 2014, which means retailers need to be prepared to face issues with their vendors sooner … Continue reading

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By Dan Maner Recently, I moved to Dallas to initiate our new business calling efforts in the Southwest from CBC’s newest office. The current economic climate is such that small- and mid-sized businesses need working capital solutions to enable them … Continue reading

The Growth of Small BanksMarc AdelsonSeptember 24, 2013
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By Marc Adelson Recently, the Wall Street Journal highlighted the fact that small banks are beating out big banks and growing faster on an annualized basis. Part of the reason for this small bank growth is they have more flexibility … Continue reading

International FactoringBill EzzoAugust 29, 2013
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By Bill Ezzo When I attended my first Factors Chain International meeting in Spitzingsee, Germany in 1980, I joined representatives from virtually every European country, Canada and the United States. The geographical mix of the delegates at the meeting mirrored … Continue reading

Report from the 2013 SwimShowJoe PepeAugust 20, 2013
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By Joe Pepe I recently attended the 2013 SwimShow in Miami Beach, a convention for swimwear, cover-ups, resort jewelry and overall resort and lifestyle necessities. I was pleased to see that the overall sentiment of the show was positive. Show … Continue reading

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By Andrew Tananbaum Recently, we released our quarterly Global Retail Manufacturers and Importers Survey. This quarter, we saw that our clients, importers who sell to America’s major retailers, are seeing an increase in orders for the fall/back-to-school season. Key highlights … Continue reading

Benefits of FactoringKevin StapletonJuly 23, 2013
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By Kevin Stapleton With the economy on the rise and June retail numbers up, companies are in a prime position to bite off more than they can chew. While it’s exciting when companies are being asked by their customers to … Continue reading

Positive Sentiments in RetailGino ClarkJuly 17, 2013
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By Gino Clark Recently, Capital Business Credit surveyed our clients to get a read on how their summer is going and how they think the fall/back-to-school season will be. Our clients’ clients stated that not only are they experiencing reorders, … Continue reading

The End of Low Interest RatesCharles SharfJuly 12, 2013
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By Charles Sharf With Ben Bernanke’s recent warning that the years of low interest rates will be coming to an end, my team and I have trying to answer the question: “What does this mean for our clients?” The last … Continue reading

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