Rush Street Capital Unveils Products for Independent Sponsors
FREMONT, CA: Rush Street Capital, an investment and a merchant bank based in Chicago, reports the public revealing of a comprehensive suite of services and products customized exclusively for independent sponsors across the country. The company has transacted more than 20 capital raises for dozens of independent sponsors successfully over four years. The Chicago-based firm has had extensive experience in capital markets, supporting the development of a unique system of knowledge to aid the equity experts
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Investment banking and equity experts will have full access to the Rush Street Capital’s new services available in the next few months. The firm’s Capital Markets desk, along with its proprietary industry and company research, deals with professional insight and road map into the process of transactions. The debt assistance unit of the bank will allow buyers to fund their purchases through capital funds and debt collections.
The debt advisory firm has found inspiration in the enthusiasm and energy of independent sponsors seeking to buy their first company or veterans with several successful acquisitions. The bank has created services tailored explicitly for the dynamic class of private equity experts, which will provide solutions for any roadblocks and help smoothen out the process of acquiring companies.
Rush Street Capital is utilizing its expertise in building deep relationships in the middle and lower middle market. The bank assists business heads, private equity and investment firms, independent sponsors, and capital providers in finding the ideal financing solutions for their businesses. The firm’s flagship services include merchant banking, advisory panel, debt advisory services, and debt capital markets. Since the process of acquiring debt capital is time-consuming and complicated, the firm manages the clients’ issue with its debt advisory services.
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