Unlock the potential of your assets and convert them into needed funds for a wide variety of uses, including working capital and cash flow from inventory at the point of sale.
For nearly 50 years Webster Business Credit Corp., Webster Bank’s ABL business, has worked to meet our clients’ ongoing needs. As a Top 25 US asset-based lender to middle market companies, we use our industry knowledge and experience to create innovative lending structures tailored to meet your objectives.
Recent and notable transactions
We refinanced a revolver for working capital to help them ensure end-end supply chain management for their customers.
We improved working capital to help this national food distributor move forward with their growth initiatives.
We helped the worldwide luxury-goods manufacturer maintain operations until funds from the order season arrived.
Use funds for
- Working and growth capital
- Capital equipment (CapEx)
- Import/Export Letters of Credit
- Warehousing lines
- Turnarounds, Chapter 11 and DIP
We speak your language
Packaged within every solution we structure is years of expertise. Our real estate professionals understand the unique challenges you face. We operate with a sense of urgency and an ability to offer customized financing that meets your goals and needs, with terms that you can rely on, providing surety of execution.
Asset-based lending experts
When you work with your Webster team, you partner with sector experts with an average of over 25 years of experience. Each has a track record of helping companies of all sizes with many needs succeed.
All credit facilities are subject to the normal credit approval process.
Webster Business Credit Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Webster Bank, N.A. Member FDIC. The Webster Symbol is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Webster Bank is a subsidiary of Webster Financial Corp., a New York Stock Exchange listed financial institution (NYSE: WBS) with over $23 billion in assets. Webster Bank has an 80-year tradition of delivering financial services to individuals and middle market businesses in the United States. Its 3,000 plus bankers are guided by our core values, namely, to take personal responsibility for meeting our customers’ needs; to respect the dignity of every individual; to earn trust through ethical behavior; to give of ourselves to our communities; and to work together to achieve outstanding results.