How Equities First Holdings Allows Stocks of Value for Collateral

Equities First Holdings (EFH) had a 15-year anniversary, and it announced the global operation has been responsible for over $1 billion dollars in transactions over four years. Performance for the global operation have been helped by the London office of EFH office. EFH’s London office opened in 2012. EFH offered equity-loans to businesses and individuals. There potential clients can receive the financial advice. With over 700 transactions, the London office shows that their financial advice is helpful. The equity-loan is a reliable product.

EFH has gained market share in new markets such as China and Australia. An equity loan is a major reason EFH succeed. Equity-loan is great for business like it being used by the CEO of the Angle PLC Andrew Newland. Newland repaid his loan and EFH provide him over 7 million shares. Newland has succeeded with the help of EFH. EFH can offer people a way to reach their goals.

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Global Expansion Continues With Equities First Holdings Heading to Australia

The United States, Switzerland, Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore, was not enough for the global financial lending giant, Equities First Holdings. They had to expand more and expand they did. Equities First Holdings brought out Meridian Equity Partners Pty Limited and changed their name to Equities First Holdings Australia. Equities First Holdings wanted to bring their amazing trusted service to a new set of individual investors and businesses. EFH is on a quest to have offices all over the globe and be able to offer their financial services and solutions to millions of people. They want to continue to offer unique services that are tailored to all individuals. Their founder described offering their services in Australia has offered their services to a broader consumer base. At the moment, Equities First Holdings is experiencing a lot of growth and hopes that this expansion would add to it the 30% growth a year, that they are experiencing.

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