Squadron provides funding through various investment and loan structures. Capitalization through investment, a stock loan, or other liquidity and financing transaction allows owners of publicly traded stock the flexibility to gain access to the locked up value of their freely traded stock position. The Squadron stock transaction program is designed specifically for corporations, its employees, officers and major holders of publicly traded companies while providing total privacy to our clients. Our goal is to help you obtain the best financing structures possible in today’s marketplace. If you’ve never considered stock loans, share financing, or the unique proprietary forms of capitalization that will put liquidity in your pocket, Squadron can help you understand how your liquidity options work. At Squadron, we’ll always go the extra mile to get you the rates, fees, and terms you deserve. At Squadron, we collaborate with owners of publicly traded stock on the terms of each and every financing transaction. Our process is quick, transparent and completely confidential. Financing proceeds can be used for personal or business purposes, or to diversify or hedge current stock positions. Funding is quick with a transaction closing in as little as 3 to 7 business days. Same day funding is available contact us to find out more. Squadron can provide financing from $500,000 to $50,000,000 USD. Terms of providing you with liquidity and funding are based on evaluation of the risk and future performance associated with the securities involved in the transaction. The term of the transaction is typically three years, with Interest payments or Maintenance Fees on quarterly or semi-annual bases. Our financing and provision of liquidity are interest only, or accompanied by modest Maintenance Fees, and additionally, are non-recourse. The recipient of funding has the option of simply walking away at any time with no further liability and no personal or corporate guarantees. In the event of a default, Squadron does not report to any credit bureaus or governmental agencies, nor does Squadron file any public notice. There is no adverse consequence to the client’s credit. Due to the unique tax and legal issues involved with transactions involving publicly traded stock, anyone considering alternative financing should consult both tax and legal counsel.