Equities First Holdings restructuring its services to accommodate the Melbourne Citizens
Sourcing for secure loans in the markets is one of the most difficult things seasoned investors and startup businesses have to endure in life. In addition to the many restrictions imposed on loan products by traditional loan providers that includes the banks and other financial institutions, interest rates and other economic factors are some of the other factors that can be attributed to the loan shortages. Therefore, in a bid to check this imbalances in the economy, Equities First Holdings was founded in 2006 as the number source of alternative loans.
Since its formation, equity has been able to live to the expectations of its customers. The company has opened up its markets to a couple of countries that include Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Switzerland, UK and Australia. In the Australian market, the company enjoys a huge market dominance with the company having at least three office locations in three different cities Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
According to the managing director of Equities First Holdings Australia, their markets are expanding day in day out. In order to accommodate the growth of the market, the company has resulted in strategizing their services provision and the most effective was has been to bring their services closer to the people. With the new Melbourne offices that will be located at Level 2, 287 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, with telephone: +61 3 8688 7191, the company is seeking to bring in more people to their premises.
Some of the notable service Equities First Holdings are likely to enjoy include stock-based loans and marginal loans. Stock-based loans are loan service that only require a user to have their stocks as collateral and can be used for any purposes. On the other hand, in addition to having stocks as collateral, to qualify for a marginal loan a user has to be prequalified for a loan like wit the traditional financial lenders. The good thing with these loans is that they are beneficial to both small-scale borrowers and high-end investors.