Equities First Holdings: Showing Success in Difficult Financial Times

Everyone has instincts. Moreover, we can all see that the country is in a mess of a severe financial crisis. It all emanates from the 2008 financial crisis. For this reason, everything is all worsened by the exit of Britain from the European Union. We are all experiencing some difficulties in mortgage and other financial problems during this hard economic times presented to us by the by the harsh economic crisis. During this era, financial institutions including credit banks are tightening their lending capabilities to companies and other individuals. However, there is only one company that has defied the odds during this harsh economic crisis. Equities First Holdings has gained adoption as one of the most trusted lending capabilities using stocks as collateral to secure fast working capital.

Equities First is of the global leaders and lenders of stock-based loans as one of the most innovative ways to secure capital during a harsh economic crisis for those who have failed to secure fast working capital through the credit-based loans using banks and other financial companies. Equities First Holdings is one of the better options to help you secure the money without any further qualification. During a typical economic crisis, there are many requirement constraints put in place by banks to reduce the number of people applying for the loans. For reason of fact, the banks have increased their interest rates to make most of the applicants go away. Therefore, the credit-based loans borrowers have sought other initiatives. For this reason, the economic crisis is made manifest to us through inflation and other forms of credit.

For Equities First Holdings, they specialize in the issuance of loans using stocks as collateral. For this reason, they have worked to enable the government to make a better place for its citizens through these transactions. The stock-based loans have a non-recourse feature that lets any borrower miss to pay his installments without having any loan obligation to the lender. For this reason, you can default to pay the loan at will or without the money to pay back without the company coming after you.

There are many marked differences between the stock based loans and margin loans. For the margin loans, you are required to state the intended use of the loan as a way of qualification. On the contrary, the stock-based loans have a feature that does not let you state the use of the loans. All you need to do is presents stocks as collateral and get the eligible amount for your loan.

For more information please visit http://www.equitiesfirst.com/contact

Relmada Therapeutics Amends Its Complaints Against Laidlaw

Relmada Therapeutics has filed a motion in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada to amend the company’s complaints against Laidlaw & Company (UK) Ltd. The motion, which was filed at the beginning of the year, included additional claims made by the chronic pain therapies developing company.
Relmada is accusing Laidlaw of breaching the fiduciary duty that it owed to the company. It claims that the company acted against the law by disclosing confidential information about Relmada. I believe that the entity was privy to the information in its capacity as Relmada’s investment banker. According to Relmada, release of the information has negatively affected the company as it incurred extra expenses in responding to the details published by Laidlaw in December 2015.
Following the initial motion filed by Relmada, The Nevada court issued restraining order and injunctions against Laidlaw and its key executives, James Ahem and Mathew Eitner. I think that this move was made to ensure that Laidlaw and its executives do not continue harming their former client. According to Relmada’s Board, the company has suffered because of Laidlaw and its executives’ reckless behavior. This way, they should compensate the company. This information was originally published on PRNewswire.
According to the press release, Relamda sent out a letter to its stockholders. The letter clarified the situation and informed them of the various actions that the company had taken to protect their interests. It also contained information regarding the company’s BuTab therapy.
About Laidlaw & Company
The company has specialized in the provision of personalized investment advice to its wide range of private and public clients. In addition, Laidlaw offers its services to wealthy individuals. Currently, it is under the leadership of two able principals, Mathew Eitner and James Ahem. FCA regulates the company operations.  This information was originally reported on Laidlaw’s website as explained in this link http://laidlawltd.com/

Online Bank Offers Promising Growth and Stability

 

While most banks offer online banking services, NexBank takes online banking to the next level, and according to a recent press release NexBank reached record levels of earnings, assets, loans and deposits in the past for consecutive years. The article goes on to say that the Dallas-based financial services company, NexBank Capitol Inc., reported strong consolidated financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2015.

NexBank Reports Strong Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2015 Results

NexBank’s net income continued to rise steadily each year and reached $53.2 million and Return on Average Equity grew to 35% for 2015, as compared to net income of $25.6 million and return on Equity of 23% for 2014. One reason for the company’s significant growth is due to a leading regional bank, NexBank SSB. According to John Holt, President and Chief Executive Officer of NexBank Capital, Inc., “NexBank has significantly increased earnings year-over-year and improved our asset and deposit channels, while prudently managing our risk and expenses.” Smart and savvy business transactions such as the acquisition of College bank in November of 2015, which diversified the balance sheet of the Bank with an additional source of deposits, will continue to drive NexBank as a leading financial services institution.

Online banking is the wave of the future
In today’s digital age it is important to manage time, finances, and investments wisely. NexBank’s versatile and effective approach to banking online allows consumers to maximize time and efficiency through powerful online and mobile banking platforms. While NexBank offers a variety of services to large corporations, businesses, real estate investors and other large institutional clients, it also offers personal banking for small to modest investors and consumers looking to take advantage of online and mobile banking. From basic savings and checking accounts to CD’s and money markets, NexBank offers a variety of banking services and investment strategies and for small and large investment and savings goals.

http://www.sandleroneill.com/Collateral/Documents/English-US/NexBank_Announcement_3.16_vF.pdf

A Well-Known Investment Bank Among Several: Laidlaw and Company

 

According to a recent article from TheStreet.com, written on December the 11th of 2015, it appears that the U.S. Court had issued a certain Temporary Restraining Order against Laidlaw & Company….including its principals Matthew Aitner and James Ahern. They were cited as having disseminated false and misleading statements, and it seems that the overall interests of Relmada stockholders was not quite as secure as had been hoped for. These things do happen.

In further words, I quote:
“Relmada Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: RLMD) (“Relmada” or the “Company”), a clinical-stage company developing novel therapies for the treatment of chronic pain, today announced that the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada has issued a temporary restraining order and associated injunction…” (https://www.thestreet.com/story/13394818/1/us-federal-court-issues-temporary-restraining-order-against-laidlaw-company-and-its-principals-matthew-eitner-and-james-ahern.html, pg. 1)

It is truly tragic: the very fact that such a lack of trust and its involving action such have to entail such a previously well known company and its two top executives.
I am first and foremost surprised to hear of this, especially as it had involved Laidlaw & Company itself….which does not appear to have had many (or any) such lawsuits filed against it in the past—-and no previous issues of moral question as it involved Mr. Aitner and Mr. Ahern. For that, I am appalled. It truly does appear that we as a society are coming to understand less and less of who we can truly trust in these days. The line is very gray. Who is to trust and who is not to trust? Can we ever truly know with certainty? The answer is no; we can not.

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