Shift to Term Funding for Accounts Receivable Securitization

It’s still more common for companies to finance sales that they have yet to collect on via banks, either through asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) conduits, with banks as the primary investors, or asset-based loans. But term securitizations offer issuers more flexibility, and the bonds’ high yields and strong performance are attractive to a wide range of investors.

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May 2020

Finacity Arranges Receivables Securitization for Startek, Inc.

Finacity Corporation (“Finacity”), a member of the Greensill family of companies, announces the close of a trade receivables securitization program for Startek, Inc. (“Startek”) in April 2020. The securitization program finances receivables originated by Startek’s entities in the United States.

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May 2020

Finacity Supports Receivables Securitization for Talen Energy

Finacity Corporation (“Finacity”), a member of the Greensill family of companies, announces the December 2019 closing of a trade receivables securitization for Talen Energy Marketing, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Talen Energy Supply, LLC (“Talen Energy”).

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Mar 2020

Finacity COVID-19 Update — March 31, 2020

For the past two weeks our employees have been working from home to support the global initiative to control the spread of COVID-19. We are pleased to report that our people, processes and technology have been flawless in terms of meeting daily and project related deliverables.

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Mar 2020

Finacity Statement on COVID-19

As a Greensill/Finacity customer, we appreciate the trust you place in us and our people worldwide. Given the current global environment, we wanted to take a moment and explain how we’re prepared to ensure that your business needs and requirements are being met.

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