Seabury has a special focus on illiquid assets. We structure financial solutions with a goal to lay out in a clear manner, the asset risks to lenders and investors, protecting investors’ principal while providing outstanding risk-adjusted returns.
Our group has significant expertise in structuring products using Life Insurance and insurance based assets. We develop our own proprietary financial structures. We bring institutional investor capital to these products and in most cases manage operating businesses that source and service the assets. By controlling both the product and capital sides in addition to evaluating and securing the assets, we are able to deliver consistently outstanding investment performance while managing and mitigating risk.
The team develops structured financial products and strategies that meet the needs of institutional investors. The group has focused on structured settlements and insurance-linked securities, including life settlements and on a variety of structured financial products including:
- Life Settlements
- Vehicle Service Contracts
- Insurance Based Assets
- Factors and asset-based lenders
- Healthcare lenders
- Merchant advance companies
- Software Solution providers
- Equipment leasing and finance companies
- Alternative Energy
Our strength lies in understanding clients and their most valuable assets, and the unique dynamics of their industries. Based on that experience and knowledge, we structure solutions and financial products to help clients find the financing they need.
Accounts receivable based financing can be a cost-effective source of incremental capital for many companies, providing liquidity, alternative funding sources and competitive cost.
Companies in the insurance premium financing, healthcare patient financing, equipment leasing, alternative energy, software development can count on us for flexible and innovative credit facilities structured to meet their specific needs. We have advised our clients through the use of credit default swaps and reinsurance hedges to mitigate collateral shortfalls, excessive volatility and extension risks.