The global economy is more volatile than ever. As the United States economy continues to struggle in the wake of the housing collapse of 2008, the exit of Great Britain from the European Union has only made the atmosphere worse. Traditional investment vehicles such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds are more volatile than ever. This is important for Equities First, who has noticed a growing trend among people looking for a loan.
Equities First is a global leader in financing solutions. They have noticed that more investors are using stocks as collateral when taking out a loan. Equities First believes this is because many banks are enforcing stricter criteria when it comes to handing out loans. While this is understandable given the economic collapse in 2008, people looking for loans are using stocks as collateral to qualify for these loans. Using stocks to back loans is a new alternative for people who need more capital to qualify for a loan. This can help people either qualify for a new loan or receive a lower interest rate on an existing loan. Typical interest rates on loans backed by stocks are coming in at between 3 and 4 percent. Furthermore, there aren’t any restrictions on these loans. This gives borrowers a wider range of options for the money. Of course, these loans also carry risk. For people who miss payments, it is important to make sure their stocks retain their value. In this unpredictable economy, that can be problematic.
Equities First Holdings has been around since 2002. They specialize in helping clients find other ways to finance difficult projects. They also help supply clients with capital against many different publicly traded stocks. With extensive financial expertise, Equities First Holdings has developed an impressive track record of happy and satisfied clients.
Over the past 14 years, Equities First Holdings has been involved in more than 650 financial transactions with a total worth exceeding $1.4 billion. This allows Equities First Holdings to offer high-value loans at low-interest rates. Equities First Holdings has offices in 9 countries spread across the United States, Australia, and Asia.