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Where to Go When the Bank Says No
Financing Your Small Business in Canada

Hearing that resounding No! from your banker can send your business dreams up in smoke - no start-up funds, no expansion funds, no time to build your business! But there are alternatives. Where to Go When the Bank Says No explains the hundreds of sources of financing you may want to consider. These include:
  • term loans
  • mezzanine debt
  • equity
  • government programs
  • leasing
  • factoring
  • trade finance
  • franchising
  • going public
Where to Go when Banks say No
The authors guide you through tried and tested techniques that can help your business get the financing it needs, when it needs it.
Written by Gary A. Fitchett, with John Alton and Kathleen Aldridge. Published by McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd, 1998.
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Last modified: February 17, 2000

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