Our goal is to give you financial peace of mind. 

Unless you make over $200,000 or have a net worth of at least a million, you may have been excluded from many investment opportunities, until now. Forefront's goal is to break down the wall between Wall Street and Main Street by offering you access to a portfolio of opportunities that may typically be reserved for the wealthy. 


How We Invest

 

Since 2008, banks are lending less to corporations and individuals due to regulatory and compliance reasons. With banks lending less money, small businesses and entrepreneurs are shifting their focus to new sources of funding.

 

 

 

Forefront steps in and fills this financing gap by providing credit to small and middle market businesses with an emphasis on risk management. Forefront has the resources and expertise to originate and structure highly collateralized, senior credit opportunities.   


Investment Examples 

 

Merchant Cash Advance

  • Merchant cash advances is lending or advancing money to a business, such as a restaurant, and getting repaid by taking a percentage of their daily transactions.

  • Payment comes directly from credit card processors, therefore every transaction gets paid directly to the lender. Additional collateral is sometimes required to ensure repayment, such as equipment or property. 

 

Factoring

  • Factoring is the process of buying accounts receivable at a discount. For example, if a business needs immediate capital and cannot wait for their invoice to be paid, then a discounted amount of money is advanced to the business and the invoice is paid directly to the lender, usually by a large trusted company.