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US Capital Partners Provides Bridge Facility to Wine and Spirits Purveyor

August 19, 2015, 08:01 AM
Filed Under: Beverage

US Capital Partners Inc. has provided a bridge loan to a $4.5 million term loan for a leading upscale wine and spirits purveyor with multiple retail locations in Southern California. US Capital Partners is a private investment bank that makes direct debt investments, participates in debt facilities, and has robust distribution for debt and equity private placements for small and medium-sized businesses across the United States and abroad.

This well-established beverage business offers fine wines, a variety of liquor and spirits, over 250 craft and imported beers, and other hard-to-find premium items from leading distilleries around the world. The company is locally owned and operated, with a tradition of upscale service and a strong focus on excellence and premium products.

“We are extremely pleased to have supported the ongoing growth of this California beverage business through well-structured and timely bridge financing,” said Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO at US Capital Partners. “The company was seeking a $4.5 million term loan to refinance existing promissory notes and provide additional working capital. US Capital Partners provided custom-structured bridge financing for the business to this refinancing event.”

Since 1998, US Capital Partners has been providing well-structured, custom financing solutions to private and public companies with $5 million to $100 million in sales. Headquartered in San Francisco, US Capital Partners is a full-service private investment bank that makes direct debt investments between $500,000 and $50 million, participates in debt facilities, and underwrites debt and equity private placements. The firm also offers financial advisory services for buy-side and sell-side engagements and for capital formation, including early-stage financings requiring equity or debt.

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