Einstein Capital

Alternative Credit Opportunity: Promissory Note/Stand-by Facility

About this Event

Einstein Capital is sourcing line of credit, promissory note, or other similar non-bank issued demand instrument with a minimum size of $50m and maximum of $150m to serve as a stand-by credit facility for Consumer Warranty Contracts. The escrowing of funds is not required so the funds remain with the issuer until they are called, which may never happen.

For the past 15 + years, Einstein Capital has worked with family offices, private and sovereign wealth funds that provide access to credit to support our notes issued for insurance transactions.

Watch this webinar with Einstein Capital Managing Director, Benjamin Turner, as he discusses how Einstein offers a more efficient finance method for consumer warranty and extended service contracts along with the details of this opportunity.

Hosted by Steven Saltzstein. CEO, Force Family Office

Video On Demand

– Recorded

December 12

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