Convert equity into cash

Sale and Leaseback

we are
hiring
CHF

Duration

Months
6 months 120 months

Interest Rate

%
0.9% 8.0%

* Interest rate will depend on your scoring after analysing your documents

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Annuel interest rate:

Interest rate 0.8 %
Interest rate 6 %

 

Monthly payment:

Our rates vary according to the situation of each company, from 0.8% to 8.0%.

Interest expense:

 

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CHF

Down Payment 0 to 20%

CHF

Residual Value value at the end of the lease, min. 1'000 CHF

CHF

Amount to be financed

CHF

Duration

Months
6 months 120 months
from Interest rate 0.85 %
to Interest rate 5.9 %

Your data is transmitted to us in a secure mode and is hosted in Switzerland.

As a corporate finance advisory firm, we are subject to strict privacy and data protection guidelines (hosted in Switzerland). We are subject to Swiss banking secrecy. For your safety and ours, we ask you for a first telephone contact from Monday to Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Annuel interest rate:

Interest rate 1.1 %
Interest rate 5.9 %

 

Monthly payment:

Our rates vary according to the situation of each company, from 0.8% to 8.0%.

Interest expense:

 

As a corporate finance advisory firm, we are subject to strict confidentiality and data protection guidelines (hosted in Switzerland). For your security and ours, we ask you for a first telephone contact from Monday to Friday, from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm.

Sale and Leaseback

mobilize hidden reserves and facilitate operational strategy

We help you with the essentials

Leaseback is a financing technique that involves reselling some or all the capital goods (offices, warehouses, hotels, vehicles, etc.) you own to a leaser. The objective of the leaseback is therefore to allow the owner of the asset to build up cash quickly while retaining the disposal of these assets. Depending on the agreement, it is possible to get the capital goods back at the end of the lease (lease-purchase).

You want to invest to finance your growth or operating cycle, but you don’t have cash available. Same time you own equipment, and you want to have cash equivalent to its value, but without selling it, because it is necessary for your business, then you need to definitely consider leaseback.

What are the advantages?

You continue to use your equipment

You benefit from an immediate cash flow

You lighten your balance sheet

Rents are considered deductible expenses

You give a second life to the property

You benefit from interesting leasing conditions

Although the leaseback gives a lot of advantages, it has some limitations too. For example, the capital goods sold under leaseback must be of good quality, well maintained, and of a fairly high value. It can be industrial equipment, transport equipment, construction equipment, agricultural machinery, IT equipment, etc.

The valuation of these goods must be economically based, therefore based on their real market value. Prestaflex experts will provide you the expertise, which you may need to support the right decision.

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