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1 Thursday, February 24, 2011 New Haven, CT
BDC Capital: Innovative Financing Solutions CDC New England: SBA 504 Update How Bankers Can Mitigate Risk and Get Deals Done! Thursday, February 24, 2011 New Haven, CT

2 Seminar Presenters BDC Capital / CDC New England Carol Brennan x204
Director of Business Development Connie Karsh x205 (203) cell Business Development Officer Carol Muradian x207 Senior Administrative Officer 20 Church St., Hartford, CT Tel

3 About Us BDC Capital A private company
Funded by 28 banks (can work with any lender) More than $1 billion in financing To more than 5,000 companies Over the past 57 years CDC New England An affiliate company Acts as an agent for SBA in providing SBA 504 Loans For fixed asset financing: real estate and machinery & equipment 90% financing with low, 20-year fixed rates

4 BDC / CDC Loan and Investment Solutions
BDC Fully-followed Lines of Credit $500, $3,000,000 BDC Term Loans: $500,000 - $3,000,000 BDC Mezzanine Investments: $750,000 - $5 million CDC New England SBA 504 Loans: typically $250,000 project size and up We work with your bank to provide the complete financing that a business needs to grow.

5 BDC Secured, Revolving, Asset Based (ABL), Lines of Credit
Secured by a company’s collateral, primarily receivables and inventory Loan revolves daily, increasing by each advance and decreasing via cash receipts Cash is controlled via a lockbox and collateral account at a bank (not BDC) Loans are formula driven: an example of advance rates might be: 80% of eligible receivables, and 35% of eligible inventory $500K to $3MM or larger with a participation

6 BDC Lines of Credit – Typical Candidates
Manufacturers, Distributors, Wholesalers, some Service companies with: With temporary earnings issues or balance sheet leverage Solid management team Good financial controls, with financials prepared by a reputable accounting firm NOT construction companies with progress billings NOT companies with inventory financing needs greater than A/R financing

7 Benefits of a Revolving Line of Credit – for the borrower
Ability to: Have cash immediately available for use Finance growth – can borrow on new sales based upon the formula advance rate. Borrow efficiently - only pay interest on daily outstanding loan balance. Take vendor discounts, thereby increasing profitability. Maintain relationship with their existing bank for treasury (cash) management.

8 Benefits of a Revolving Line of Credit – for the banker
In some cases, we may participate a loan with the existing/prospective lender, allowing the lender to: stay in a relationship / gain a customer provide cash management services lessen the bank’s exposure add more oversight to their loan.

9 Advantages of a Revolving Line of Credit vs
Advantages of a Revolving Line of Credit vs a Typical Bank Line of Credit (LOC) Revolves daily rather than through a monthly borrowing base (faster access to cash) The focus is geared to collateral quality and not financial ratios. Generally will accept a higher degree of leverage than a typical LOC. The additional monitoring of A/R can provide comfort when dealing with other issues. No annual “30 day pay-down” feature. Substantially less costly than a finance co. or factor. Interest rate = LIBOR (26bps) plus 6 – 7%

10 BDC Term Loans Term loans: $500,000 to $3,000,000
With or without an SBA 7(a) guarantee (BDC Capital is an SBA preferred lender) In a senior or junior secured position or in a participation loan with a lender Rates as low as 5.5% - floating Meant to supplement bank financing

11 BDC Term Loans Example of Borrower Needs:
Additional working capital needs: BDC to refinance portion of line of credit into 7(a) term loan – took 2nd position on assets Refinance existing term debt to free up cash flow for real estate acquisition Business acquisition – participation loan with bank and SBA 7(a) guarantee

12 BDC Mezzanine Investments
BDC’s 3nd Mezzanine Fund – Raised $28 million For acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, management buyouts For healthy, growing companies looking for “growth capital” - equity base too thin Companies with: Solid management Strong cash flows (usually limited collateral) Barriers to entry

13 BDC Mezzanine Investments
Investment size: $750,000 to $5,000,000 A market rate of interest (12%); 5 year term Plus either : - a royalty fee tied to sales (tax deductible) - or a warrant Don't give up ownership / control Don’t require personal guarantees Less dilutive than equity Can fill the “collateral gap”

14 The SBA 504 Advantage Ask Your Borrower the Following Question When Acquiring Real Estate and Machinery & Equipment: Is working capital important to your business success? Is a long term fixed rate important? Do you want to protect yourself in the event of a devaluation of real estate?

15 SBA 504 Loan Overview The borrower obtains up to 90% financing with a low fixed rate on the SBA portion. The bank provides a conventional loan in a first mortgage position with a 50% loan-to-value ratio; SBA provides a second 40% piece New England Certified Development Corporation (a “CDC”) takes care of all of the SBA paperwork. “New money” expansion – with limited refinancing permitted as part of an expansion project. Refinancing allowed – with certain restrictions Can also be for used machinery & equipment

16 SBA 504 Eligible Uses Acquisition or new construction or improvement of owner-occupied real estate 51% occupancy for existing building 60% occupancy for new construction Machinery & Equipment i.e., fixed assets with a useful life of 10 or more years

17 SBA 504 Case Study Purchase Price of Real Estate $500,000
Build out / renovations $150,000 Purchase fork lift $ 50,000 TOTAL: $700,000 Project Cost Bank: $350,000 (50%) CDC: $280,000 (40%) Borrower: $70,000 (10%)

18 SBA 504 Loans – Interest Rates
Bank sets pricing on 50% first mortgage Minimum 10 year term for 20 year project; Minimum 7 year term for 10 year project SBA funds 40% share (through CDC New England) Interest Rates: -low, 20-year fixed rate for real estate: -low, 10-year fixed rate for M&E Call us for most recent rate.

19 SBA 504 - Benefits for the Borrower
Low down payment 90% financing Conserves working capital for other needs associated with the expansion Fixed interest rate on SBA portion Substantial interest savings Opportunity to blend short and long-term interest rates

20 SBA 504 - Benefits For Lenders
Set yourself apart by presenting a 504 option Differentiation is important in a crowded marketplace Mitigate Collateral Risk Borrowers will be in a stronger cash position A way to manage overall lending limits and industry exposure Secondary market available for first mortgage call us for more details!

21 SBA 504 Eligible Businesses
Must be operated for profit Program does not finance speculative real estate ventures Self-storage units are now eligible Business must be “small”: Net worth under $15 million and No more than $5 million average profit for last 2 years

22 SBA 504 Dollar Limitations
Maximum Debenture Size $5 million Total Project Size: $12.5 million or higher $5.5 million if manufacturer or certain energy goal objectives Total Project Size: $13.75 million or higher

23 CDC New England does almost everything (SBA forms, etc.)
Easy for Bank and Borrower - bring us in early We can underwrite and get approval while the bank is still working on the bank credit memo Not much to cut regarding rate and fees but we will not be undercut Our closing team is very easy to work with! Only PREMIER CDC in New England Can do bridge and down payment financing through BDC

24 SBA 504 Debt Refinancing with expansion
Project must involve 504 eligible expansion Can add up to 50% of “expansion” amount from existing indebtedness Debt refinanced will be added to the expansion cost to establish the total project costs Original Proceeds of loan must have been used for fixed asset acquisition Fixed assets collateralizing existing debt must also collateralize 504 loan

25 SBA 504 Debt Refinancing – no expansion
Benefits borrowers facing imminent real estate loan maturity or balloon payments A business does not have to expand to qualify Can refinance up to 90% of the current appraised property value or 100% of the outstanding mortgage, whichever is lower. A borrower must meet several criteria: Imminent Maturity Date: On or before December 31, Duration of Outstanding Debt: At least two years Duration of Business: At least two years Current Status on All Debt: No payment deferrals No past dues of more than 30 days in the past 12 months SBA will accept refinancing applications on February 28, 2011 through September 30, 2012

26 SBA 504 Debt Refinancing – no expansion
Loan Structure -  First Mortgage - not less than 50% SBA 504 Loan - not more than 40% Borrower's Equity - not less than 10% (may be satisfied by the project property or other fixed assets acceptable to SBA as collateral) No extra down payment for special use properties Substantially all (85%) or more of the proceeds of the loan being refinanced must have been used for SBA 504 real estate eligible purposes

27 SBA 504 Debt Refinancing – no expansion
No refinance of loans which are currently part of an existing SBA 504 Project or are subject to an existing federal guaranty. Ongoing fee of 1.043% versus 0.749% - increase of 0.294% Added into effective rate If amount of refinance is not sufficient to repay debt, lender may (i) forgive the balance (ii) accept payment from the borrower for all or a portion of the deficiency, or (iii) accept a new note which will be subordinate to the liens securing the refinance and a three-year standby requirement (this is negotiable)

28 Thank you for attending!
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