Raleigh, NC, August 13, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- VisionQuest Wealth Management announces the opening of VisionQuest Capital. The Raleigh-based firm’s creative financing division offers experience, knowledge and expertise in creative financing options, lending solutions and private placement of debt and equity. The firm is well positioned to provide advice on sourcing and structuring of capital raises between $2 million to $50 million for financing, refinancing, M&A transactions and corporate growth.
Stephen Peters, President and CEO, discovered an opportunity to capitalize on the increasing difficulties that traditional lending institutions are facing. Peters says “as more and more of our clients and future clients seek to grow their wealth through business ownership and real estate, there will be a strong demand for creative financing.”
VisionQuest’s philosophy around entering into this business is based on a decrease in competition and demand. In recent months, the number of financial service firms that have gone bankrupt and the increased demand from VisionQuest clients has opened up an opportunity for VisionQuest Capital to be created. The experience that VisionQuest has gained from participating as an advisor and owner of multiple businesses has proven to be valuable to our clients facing strategic or financial decisions.
Over the last several years, VisionQuest has developed a network of long-term partners and clients, many of whom will become clients of VisionQuest Capital. They continue to apply their ownership mentality to help their clients analyze strategic alternatives as they strive to become leaders in their respective industries and they together develop strategies for future growth.
At VisionQuest, our mission is to ensure that our clients achieve their lifetime and financial goals by making wise decisions around their wealth. VisionQuest continues to revolutionize wealth management and the financial services industry by offering customized services designed to meet specific needs and priorities. Our specialists are committed to serving a limited number of wealthy individuals, families and businesses.