World Leader in Working Capital Financing

WHY FINACITY?

We make the securitization of trade and consumer receivables less complex, more cost-effective and efficient, enabling clients to finance at rates well below their corporate rating equivalent.

Our extensive automated reporting capabilities provide significant comfort to investors, enabling clients to maximize the advance rate against their receivables portfolio.

Case studies

Finacity has facilitated transactions ranging from $1 million to $2.1 billion for companies rated investment grade through ‘Caa’. In doing so, we have brought more than $16.5 billion of aggregate transactions to market.

Case Study
Sep 2021

Audacy

Accounts Receivable Securitization Program

USD 75,000,000

Case Study
Jun 2021

Cemex

Accounts Receivable Securitization Program

MXN1,800,000,000

Latest News

Press Release

Oct 2021

Finacity, a White Oak Company, Facilitates Consumer Loan Funding Program for Express Credit Group’s African Lending Operations

Finacity Corporation, a White Oak Company, (“Finacity”) announced that it has successfully completed the facilitation of a new consumer loan funding program for Express Credit Group’s Botswana specialty finance operations (”Express Credit”). The new facility will purchase loans from Express Credit through a newly created special purpose corporation. The first tranche consisted of the purchase of USD 9.0 million pool of payroll deduction loans.  Additional tranches are expected to follow. Finacity developed the program in coordination with Africa based financial advisor Africa Growth Capital.

Press Release

Oct 2021

Finacity, a White Oak Company, Increases an IFRS Off-Balance Sheet Securitization by 50% to US$ 225 million for a Canadian Company, a Joint Venture that includes a Brazilian Conglomerate

Finacity Corporation, a White Oak Company, (“Finacity”) announced that it has successfully renewed and increased by 50% an IFRS off-balance sheet trade receivables securitization for a Canadian company and its subsidiaries, a joint venture that includes a Brazilian conglomerate. The transaction allows for up to $225 million in funding of the senior tranche, as well as a $4 million investment from Finacity Asset Management in the intermediate subordinated note.