The PRIVATE PLACEMENT MARKETS Originate, Underwrite and Service STEEL COMPANY Private Debt Loans. The Private Placement Markets offer Flexible Solutions for Financing of STEEL COMPANIES, using a “common sense approach of financing that allows the Private Placement Markets to offer flexible Private Debt Financing options to meet the unique needs of STEEL COMPANIES in today’s market.”
What are the Borrower's Benefits:
The Private Placement Markets are an attractive, cheaper alternative to pure equity financing for companies that are beyond their proof of concept phase and offers a quick and simple process with flexibility in payback terms while keeping shareholders dilution and management distraction to a minimum. With the Private Placement Markets you avoid valuation discussions, granting control rights to new investors and shareholder dilution. Equity rounds are far more time consuming and eventually more expensive.
What is the Private Debt Capital usually used for:
A Private Placement Markets' debt loan facility is significantly more flexible compared to standard lending terms from commercial lenders, such as banks. It is generally secured against the company’s assets (or Stock) and can be highly customized to the borrower’s individual needs, the cash-flow projections, growth milestones and working capital needs.
How Do We Qualify?
the Private Placement Markets typical Borrowers are late Start-up, Growth Stage, Mid-Late Stage STEEL COMPANIES are cash-flow positive or close to break-even. The Private Placement Markets would like you to use the Private Debt Loan to grow the business, expand to new markets, hire talent and increase shareholder value. Solid management team and ability to pay back the loan out of cash-flow are essential. Your accounts receivable, inventory, company stock shares and/or IP rights can serve as collateral.
The Private Placement Markets:
The Private Placement Markets mission is to preserve and strengthen the quality and public confidence in Private Debt Investments. The Private Placement Markets stand for Integrity and Ethical practices in order to enhance investor confidence in Private Debt Investments, thereby contributing to the financial health of the overall economy, and supporting the capital formation process.
UNITED STATES CAPITAL MARKETS:
In 2019, the securities industry raised $2.1 trillion of capital for businesses through debt and equity issuance activity in the United States, a 13.0% decrease from the previous year.
Equity issuance, including common and preferred shares, totaled $228.1 billion in 2019, a 2.9% increase year-over-year. Initial public offering (IPO) volume, excluding closed-end funds, was $48.8 billion in 2019, down 2.1% from $49.9 billion in 2018. Follow-on, or secondary, issuance totaled $145.3 billion in 2019, down 6.0% from 2018.
Issuance of corporate debt, asset-backed securities and non-agency mortgage-backed securities totaled $1.8 trillion in 2019, down 14.6% from 2018. Non-convertible corporate debt issuance increased by 6.2% to $1.4 trillion in 2019, while convertible corporate debt decreased 98.0% to $0.8 billion. Non-agency mortgage-backed securities issuance fell 56.7% to $116.9 billion in 2019, while asset-backed securities issuance volume fell 40.0% to $310.2 billion.
U.S. long-term municipal bond issuance totaled $426.0 billion in 2019 a 22.8% increase from $346.8 billion in 2018. Of the total, 57.8% was issued in form of revenue bonds, 37.7% in general obligation bonds and the remainder in private placements.
U.S. merger and acquisition announced deals totaled $1.9 trillion in 2019, a 5.9% increase from $1.8 trillion in 2018, while the value of completed M&A deals decreased by 8.5% to $1.7 trillion.
The U.S. stock markets recorded double-digit increases in 2019: the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 22.3%, ending the year at 28,538.44, the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index was up 28.9% to close 2019 at 3,230.78; and the NASDAQ Composite Index increased by 35.2% to 8,972.60.
In 2019, the average daily volume for NYSE-listed stocks was $137.9 billion and 3.6 billion shares, down 7.9% 2.1%, respectively, year-over-year. For NASDAQ-listed stocks the average daily volume was $108.6 billion and 2.1 billion shares, down 10.3% and 4.5%, respectively, year-over-year.
GLOBAL CAPITAL MARKETS:
Global long-term bond market issuance increased by 19.7% to $21.0 trillion in 2019 while the global equity issuance decreased by 0.9% to $540.5 billion.
Global bond markets outstanding value increased by 5.4% to $105.9 trillion while global equity market capitalization increased by 23.8% year-over-year to $95.0 trillion in 2019.
U.S. gross activity (purchases and sales) in foreign securities increased to $36.9 trillion in 2019, up 9.3% from 2018. Foreign gross activity in U.S. securities increased by 12.7% to $82.1 trillion in 2019.
Mr. Steve Muehler
Founder & Senior Managing Member
Private Placement Markets
1055 West 7th Street
Los Angeles, California 90017
Phone: (877) 259-8066