Lending from Equities First Holdings LLC

Equities First Holdings LLC a private owned company who provides securities based lending services for businesses, and individual investors. Specializing in non-existent purpose shareholder financing, alternative corporation financing solutions, and capital allocation. They provide a loan based on their evaluation of the risk factors, and future performance associated with the stocks, bonds, and treasuries. Operating out of six countries which includes the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand.

About: Equities First Holding

The company has executed more than 500 transactions. Having spent well over a decade assisting clients obtaining the much needed capital. Their cliental includes high net worth investors, directors of publicly traded companies, global financial service firms, and lending asset management organizations. Shareholders unlike the owners of sole proprietorships or partnerships, corporate shareholders are not personally liable for the company’s debts and other financial obligations. This means that if the company goes under, its creditors cannot demand payment from shareholders like they could from the owners of privately held entities.

Capital allocation boils down to how a business divides all of their financial resources as well as their capital, different processes, people, and projects. The management’s goal is to optimize capital allocation so that it generates as much wealth as possible for its shareholders. Shareholders are partial owners of a company. This means that an individual or a company can have at least one share of the companies stock. Since, they’re a companies owner they can recap benefits when the company succeeds or fails.

Financial services are the economic services meant to encompass a broad range of businesses that manage money, including credit unions, banks, credit-card companies, insurance companies, accountancy companies, consumer-finance companies, stock brokerages, investment funds, bonds excreta. Bonds are a debt security, under which the issuer owes the holders a debt, and depending on the terms of the bond, is obliged to pay them interest, and/or to repay the principal at a later on, termed the maturity date. Unlike the leadership of other business types, companies with shareholders rely on a board of directors, as well as executive management to run things — meaning the actual owners, the shareholders, unfortunately don’t have much say in the day-to-day operation of the business.

College Savings Bank of Princeton Acquired by a Leading Banking Services Provider

Headquartered in Dallas, Nexbank announced that it had acquired College Savings Bank based in Princeton, New Jersey. The College Savings Bank specializes in 529 planned savings college programs. Although the terms and conditions of the contract were not revealed, the president and chief executive officer of Nexbank, John Holt, noted that the College would retain its original name, branding, and operations, even after the acquisition. Since its inception in 1987, College Savings Bank has specialized in College Savings programs across the US.
College Savings Bank manages the Indiana College and the Arizona College Savings Plans. Nexbank SSB is an affiliate of Nexbank Capital Inc. It offers banking services through;

• Commercial banking
• Mortgage banking
• Investment banking

About Nexbank

Nexbank ranks as the 16th largest bank in the state of Texas and 266th largest bank in the United States. Nexbank was founded in 1934, and over the years it has registered an enormous growth with 89 trained and qualified professionals in nationwide. Nexbank allows customers to enjoy the following services;

• Account viewing, balance check, and detailed transaction history
• Money transfers between accounts
• Online purchase

According to the Dallas PRNewswire on March 14th, 2016, Nexbank reported strong consolidated financial results in 2005. That was the fourth consecutive time for Nexbank to reach the high record levels of income, property, equities and deposits.