Structured Buyout

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What You Need To Know

A structured buyout can be a complex premise, but when handled correctly, can be an incredibly effective way of not only clearing your business debt, but increasing your cash flow too. It works in a similar way to a regular buyout, though it should be noted that unlike a standard buyout, this is NOT a method of debt consolidation. 

When you agree to a structured buyout, you’re agreeing to receive regular payments that will then be sent to your other debtors; unlike a normal buyout, Monark Capital will NOT be the only creditor. We will instead be sending you regular funds that should be immediately paid to cover your debts. 

This method of repayment will actually allow you to stretch the existing payment durations, reducing your daily commitments and allowing you to free up some needed cash for now. 

Aside from receiving the money you need to pay off your debts, you’ll also have the possibility of an upfront cash payment to utilize as you please.  

How does it work? 

Don’t be put off by the complexities of a structured buyout; though it isn’t as straightforward as a regular buyout, it’s still a fantastic way to clear your debts and benefit from a more fluid cash-flow.

Here at Monark, we completely understand that it’s not always easy to meet your regular payments, especially if you have multiple creditors to pay. In order to help you manage your expenses, we will provide you with funds which can then be routed directly to your lenders, potentially stretching your payments – a structured buyout can be an effective way to make your money go further. 

Funding Amount

$5,000 to $5,000,000

Payment Terms

Between 3 to 24 months

You Get Funds

As fast as 24 hours

Why choose a Structured Buyout

A structured buyout will allow you to drastically reduce your daily payments by up to 50% – this will free up a LOT of cash flow, allowing you to effectively reorganize your finances or to invest more money where it’s needed most.

You will get the opportunity to pay down your debt balance while simultaneously being able to access more of your business takings. You may also be able to access an up-front cash advance!

What’s the difference between a structured buyout and a regular buyout?

A regular buyout is a simple concept designed to help you consolidate your business debts into one payment – you can read more on the topic just here.

Though it might sound similar, a structured buyout is NOT a consolidation solution; instead, it is a way for you to make reduced payments (potentially over a longer period of time), freeing up essential cash flow that you can then use to keep your business running efficiently.

How much can you borrow?

If you’re looking into a structured buyout, then you might need to borrow a bit more than traditional loans may allow. The good news is that you can borrow from $5,000 to $5,000,000, providing an adequate solution for whatever your needs might be.

Recipients of a structured buyout loan can receive enough money to cover their outstanding debt amounts, as well as additional cash for other business expenses. We will only ever lend an amount that we know can be repaid.

Credit Score

As low as 550

Time In Business

6 months minimum

Monthly Revenue

$5K (minimum)

When will you get the funds?

Funds can be provided in as fast as 24 hours, so you won’t need to wait too long for the money to come in. You can benefit from reduced payments and more money almost instantly!

Payment Terms

The payment terms are something that will be discussed with you when you apply for the loan. Generally, the payment terms will last between 3-24 months, though it will vary based on the application.

Both the amount to repay and the duration of the loan will depend on what your business is currently earning, and what the total amount of outstanding debt is.

If you are interested or have questions about Structured Buyouts, please give us a call or fill out our contact form. We are always here to help!

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