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NEWSLETTER #12

The news of May 2021 : FirmFunding, again and again at the side of SMEs in search of financing

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France Invest Strasbourg

Evening of exchange on the financing of businesses in Grand-Est area

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France Invest Toulouse

France Invest exchange evening on the financing of companies in Occitanie area

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Sondage ViaVoice

Presentation of SME financing trends at IRD in Lille, with ViaVoice in partnership with L'AFiTE

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Finscale

Podcast by Florence Vasilescu, CEO of FirmFunding, on private debt financing for SMEs

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Bird & Bird

« SME financing during the crisis: What alternative to the PGE ? » avec Ponofs

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100WF

Round-table discussion « Industry Leaders and FinTech Founders on the Future of Banking »

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Salon du financement des PME à Montpellier

Meeting with the actors of SME financing in Occitanie

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JDN

Tribune by Florence Vasilescu, "Bond finance: an ignored opportunity for the growth of our SMEs"

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Croissance et Investissement

Interview with Florence Vasilescu (CEO of FirmFunding) on private debt financing for SMEs

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Gpo magazine

How to finance the growth of SMEs in private debt? Interview with Florence Vasilescu (FirmFunding)

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Le monde du chiffre

Portrait of an entrepreneur in SME financing Interview with Florence Vasilescu (FirmFunding)

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Croissance Plus

Co-facilitation of a workshop on private debt financing with Financière Arbevel

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Fin&Tech Summit

Speech by Florence Vasilescu at the conference on alternative financing for SMEs

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Croissance Plus

Co-facilitation with Cédric Alexandre of the workshop on Asset Financing for SMEs

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La Tribune

The startup Firmfunding wants to accelerate the development of SMEs through private debt financing

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Agefi

The financing platform for SMEs has developed a dematerialized and simplified process

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Private debt financing

What alternatives to bank loans thanks to financing platforms?

Find a professional investor through a financing platform

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An adapted solution for SME financing

What is FirmFunding ?

FirmFunding is the first and only financing platform dedicated to private placement (bond and equity) for SMEs. To finance their growth, SMEs need to have at their disposal other sources of financing than bank loans.

FirmFunding is a marketplace that aims to connect SME advisors with professional investors, when a private placement financing project is released online.

The online-process is very simple: SME councils put online useful documents to present the financing project of their client company, which registered investors can consult before contacting them.

The FirmFunding platform:
For which types of financings ?

Provided that it is a profitable corporation or in the process of being so, and generates a revenue of more than €5 million, all types of projects are likely to be financed at least in part by the use of private debt:

  • All types: development (organic growth, external growth), transmission (MBO, MBI, OBO, exit of minority shareholders, etc.), refinancing, asset financing.
  • All sectors: services, agro, real estate, industry, consulting, technologies...
  • Regardless of the headquarter location: whole France and the EU.

Why finance your business with FirmFunding ?

FirmFunding already has more than 250 registered professional investors with a total financing capacity of more than €3 billion. These investors are essentially management company and family offices. €320 million of corporate financings have been uploaded since its creation.

Investors registered on the FirmFunding platform can thus provide a source of financing to strengthen the (quasi-) equity capital of SMEs, in complementarity with the bank, without diluting the founding shareholders.

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