Colbeck Capital Management out of New York, NY provides the corporate sector with financial solutions for the complex corporate business world. Founded in 1999 by Jason Beckman and Jason Pierce Colodne, the company has grown to offer a full-suite of financial services that help companies obtain secured, strategic loans.
According to their website, colbeck.com, strategic capital options from Colbeck Capital Management are made available to its lenders with the following goals:
- Senior Secured Loans (Asset-Based, Cash Flow, Enterprise Value)
- Second Lien / Mezzanine and Structured Equity Financing
- Debtor in Possession (DIP) and Exit Financing
- Unfunded commitments and synthetic letters of credit
- Short or long-dated maturities
- Flexible covenants
The Colbeck website also lists six benefits of a loan through its company. Those benefits are geared toward addressing six potential problem areas that includes:
- Tight timeframes and high complexity
- Management buyouts and unsponsored / pre-sponsored opportunities
- Cash or PIK interest
- Multi-constituent restructurings
- Previously unbanked companies and underbanked industries
- Non-traditional assets
15 Colbeck Capital Management employees handle the company’s services. Co-Founders Beck and Colodne are actively involved in those efforts. Both men serve as managing partners. The company handles their clients’ financial needs from their 7th Avenue offices in Manhattan.
The ability for Colbeck Capital Management to deliver global financial solutions within the complex international business community, as well as their expert opinion, has been featured in several positive media stories. Among those articles are stories from publications found online.
An online report from MarketWatch in April of this year highlighted Colbeck Captial Management’s hand in a loan valued at approximately $65 million. Business Wire reported that same month on the loan agreement as well. The deal included $40 million for current debts and $25 million for future investments. The beneficiary of the loan was Limbach Holdings, Inc.
Turning to the Colbeck Capital Management Crunchbase profile, more examples of the company’s economic prowess can be found. The aforementioned $65 million deal is the not the biggest loan pot the company has brewed. On March 3rd of this year, Colbeck Capital Management made $100 million available to Summit Risk Advisors, a parent company for nine insurance agencies. The deal was highlighted this May in a story posted online by Insurance Journal.
For more information interested companies can go online to colbeck.com, or they can call the team at Colbeck Capital Management. That phone number is 212-603-2800. Colbeck Capital Management can also be found through social media. The company has a Facebook page, and they have also have a LinkedIn profile. Almost 500 people follow them on LinkedIn. The Facebook page appears to be a generic page not utilized by the company. One of the company’s founders and managing partners does have a Twitter account. Jason Colodne joined Twitter in 2012. His social media activity, like the company, appears minimal. His inactive account has nine followers, and Colodne has only made two tweets.