Equity First Holdings (Australia) Pty Ltd, a leading alternative financier relocated its Melbourne office to a new location at the center of the city to make it more accessible to its customers and business acquaintances according to a statement given by Mitchell Hopwood, the Managing Director for the company.
The new office for the company is located at Level 2, 287 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, cell phone: +61 3 8688 7191.
Other than the Melbourne office, Equity First Holdings has two other branches in Australia which include Perth and Sydney. Moreover, Equity First has its presence in other countries like United States, Singapore, Switzerland, Hong Kong, and Thailand.
About Equity First Holdings
Equity First Holdings (EFH) is a financial institution that offers clients with stock based loans with the aim of providing them the necessary capital required in expansion and considered investments among other reasons. Stock based loans are usually unrestricted unlike other forms of loans permitting the client to use it for any purpose they deem fit.
Since Equity First Holdings established in 2002, it has done over 700 transactions amounting to nearly $1.4 billion. The company is well known by many for providing a high loan to value at relatively low fixed interest rates to learn more: http://frenchtribune.com/teneur/25391-equities-first-holdings-track-become-europes-leader-stock-based-loans click here.
There are several groups of people that can benefit from the services offered by EFH. Firstly, those individuals in need of urgent cash can benefit from EFH. Most banks and financial institutions have several formalities to be met before they can offer a loan; hence, are not the best option to access urgent services. This is where EFH comes in and offers an emergency loan enabling the person to meet their personal or business needs.
Other beneficiaries include high net capital individuals. Financial institutions will refrain from offering you a loan in the absence of collateral; however, at EFH, the company shifts your shares to the company and takes that as its collateral in case you forfeit payment. The amount of return on the shares will determine the amount of loan to be offered by the company and can benefit both short and long term borrowers.