Equities First Holdings, a global alternative lender, has experienced constant growth and success in Australia. To accommodate the increasing number of clients and staff, the company has relocated its Melbourne offices in Australia to a central location in the city. The strategic location will be easily accessible by clients and business associates. The new address for the new office is Equities First Holdings (Australia) Pty Ltd., Level 2, 287, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000. Their telephone number is +61 3 8688 7191. The company will maintain its presence in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth in Australia.
About Equities First Holdings
Equities First Holdings offers businesses and high net-worth individuals’ with stock-based loans to provide them with capital for strategic investment, business expansion, and other purposes. The company’s headquarters are based in Indianapolis, USA. They have offices in the UK, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Switzerland. Equities First Holdings offer non-purpose loans at attractive terms through their secure and transparent processes. Their unique approach to non-purpose liquidity has attracted more borrowers, who are charged lower fees compared to traditional lenders. They are highly experienced in offering alternative finance solutions, financial services, and capital allocation services.
EFH celebrated 15 years of success in June, 2017. The company, which was founded by Al Christy, Jr., celebrated its milestone of completing over 700 transactions. In the last four years, they have delivered close to $1 billion to customers. Christy founded Equities First Holdings on the foundation of vigorous research on market trends and used his own money to test the feasibility of the idea of stock-based lending. He attributes the company’s success to discipline, integrity, and patience. The corporation has expanded its operations to eight markets. This success is as a result of Christy’s knowledge about market performance. The company has succeeded in expanding its operations owing to their investment model that appreciates natural and organic market cycles.