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What type of information will my company need to provide to a potential investor?

Most capital providers require 2-3 years of year-end financials (balance sheet and income statement) and the most recent 12-months financials on a monthly basis. Sometimes appraisals, environmental reports, A/R Agings, Inventory reports, and/or A/R audits will be required depending upon your transaction type.

In addition, lenders may require information regarding other outstanding debt obligations, tax returns, guarantor financial statements, information regarding ongoing legal action or disputes, etc. For equity capital raises, sound forward-looking statements will be scrutinized as part of the due diligence process - including the basic underlying assumptions.