Keeping It Together, Middle-Market Companies, Capital Markets and the Recession

Cascadia Capital

With debt generally unavailable, the transaction and capital markets have dried up. On a micro-level, many midsize companies  are currently unable to pursue compelling opportunities because of a lack of credit that that would have been available a year ago. Other firms are facing tougher survival mode decisions in which cash is squeezed from any and every available source.  In this report, Cascadia went directly to the source and ask lenders what they are up to, how the world has changed and, most importantly, when they think the market will improve.

Why Is This Relevant To The Midmarket: 

While researching how to acquire more capital, midsize companies need to be aware of how the current economic climate affects these markets.