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Business Finance Services

Magna Capital Group, Inc. business finance division provides comprehensive cash flow solutions to the companies. Our experienced account executives will assist you with your company’s finance needs for new equipment, inventory, or funding your day-to-day operations. We have over 30 years of experience in business finance arena. Through our global network of finance companies and private lenders We can facilitate immediate funding for the following :


Loan Types

  • Acquisition
  • Account Receivable Factoring
  • Account Receivable Financing
  • Business Line of credits
  • Equipment Leasing
  • Inventory Financing
  • Merchant Financing
  • Purchase Order Financing
  • SBA Financing
  • Trade Finance

Business Classifications

  • Everything from A – Z
  • Agriculture/Mining
  • Financial
  • Information
  • Manufacturing
  • Real Estate
  • Retailers/Distributors
  • Service
  • Transportation
  • Utilities

Transaction Size

  • Depending on Business from
  • $500,000 to $50,000,000

To receive a free consultation and confidential evaluation of your business, please contact one of our experienced account executives at

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