After a year of financial uncertainty and the collapse of many small businesses throughout the country, experts finally have some optimistic news to report: An economic rebound is imminent. By Jessica Jones
After a year of financial uncertainty and the collapse of many small businesses throughout the country, experts finally have some optimistic news to report: An economic rebound is imminent.
“With the vaccine currently circulating in the country and some sort of normalcy finally on the horizon, the finance business has recently become explosive,” said Phil Dushey, CEO and president of Global Financial Services, which specializes in meeting the financial needs of small- and medium-sized businesses. “We’re doing 50% more business now than we were just a month ago, and as more and more states start opening up, businesses will need more money, which we can help them obtain.”
A national company, Global Financial secures financing for businesses and real-estate investors who have been turned down by banks. They offer more than 30 different types of funding ranging, from accounts receivable financing to unsecured lines of credit. Commercial real estate, equipment financing, business acquisitions, and more also fall under the company’s jurisdiction.
As the country emerges from various stages of quarantine, the need for Global Financial’s services has skyrocketed. The company’s training program, which grooms graduates to secure loans and sets them up with leads and all of the necessary tools to deal directly with lenders, has also seen increased demand.
“We put people into the business of providing financing for businesses when they can’t access money at local banks,” Dushey said. “Our graduates can easily make a six-figure income doing so – especially now since the banks are regulated by very strict guidelines. Banks require businesses seeking loans to be unaffected by COVID, have a 700-plus credit score and at least five years in business with three years of profitability – qualifications which are basically impossible right now. Our lenders are institutional lenders, lending out their own money, so there are absolutely no government regulations or guidelines that prohibit these loans.”
Dushey said that’s why now is the perfect time to become involved in the financing industry.
“Businesses need money because we are seeing the light at the end of this pandemic tunnel,” Dushey said. “Graduates of our Global Financial Training Program will be in the right place at the right time and able to offer immediate financing to those who need it, earning commissions for themselves of up to 15%.”
To learn more about the Global Financial Training Program, call 212-480-4900 or visit globalfinancialtrainingprogram.com.
– Jessica Jones