Tag Archives: Commercial Finance

Commercial Lending: Low Interest Rates Tarnish Positive Deal Flow

RMP Capital’s James DiCamillo notes that 2012 was characterized by historically low interest rates that made earning a profit somewhat challenging. Looking ahead, DiCamillo says banks have continued their retreat in the small business sector, even though many enterprises that would be candidates for financing pose only a fair level of risk. As a result, more business owners in this category appear to be discovering commercial finance as a serious option.

ABF Journal Magazine

History & Mission: ABF Journal magazine was launched in 2002 as the first independent trade finance magazine exclusively focused on the asset-based lending, factoring, commercial finance and turnaround management industries. Our mission is to deliver a publication in tune with the informational needs of our readers — commercial finance professionals. Our editorial content is often described […]

CFA Annual Convention: Thriving Through Industry ‘Transformation’

The theme of the CFA’s 68th Annual Convention is “Transformation,” and the event features keynote speaker Richard B. Cheney, 46th Vice President of the United States, who will offer insight into the economic and political landscape, past and present. The convention, which takes place November 14-16, 2012, at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix, AZ, attracts professionals from around the world involved with asset-based lending, factoring, appraisals/auctions/liquidations, turnaround management and commercial finance law to collaborate on issues in commercial lending.

The 2012 Factoring Conference: A Diverse Program With Something for Everyone

Surf, sand, sun and subtle sophistication encapsulate what the city of Huntington Beach is all about. With 8.5 miles of pristine beaches, ideal weather, a welcoming attitude and a wide variety of entertainment options, Huntington Beach is the perfect destination for all. And, with 500 factors and other commercial finance professionals convening there, who could ask for more?