News and Press

The Wall Street Journal
“Clinton Foundation and UBS Program”

Miles Stuchin, Founder of Access Capital, is selected to participate in Clinton Foundation and UBS Small Business Advisory Program.

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New Jersey Staffing Alliance
“NJSA Staffing Firm Success Story” by NJ Staffing Alliance

Access Capital’s successful partnership with a staffing firm.

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The Secured Lender
“Merger Opinions” by Miles M. Stuchin

Charles Darwin said, “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.”
Darwinian evolution in ABL means that, after years of abundant opportunity for a multitude of players and financing structures, the business climate is now like a [...]

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Women's Wear Daily
“Factoring Companies Claim Strength in the Weak Economy” by Matthew Lynch

Current economic climate creates opportunities for factors.

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Crain's New York Business
“Asset lenders capitalize on credit crunch” by Tom Fredrickson

As credit markets tighten, borrowers can turn to asset based lenders to obtain more credit than from traditional banks.

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The New York Sun
“Asset-Based Loans Surge in Tight Market” by Julie Satow

As banks tighten their lending standards, more companies and funds are searching out asset-based lenders.

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Business Week Online
“Hit Me Again” by Karen E. Klein

Failure doesn’t deter many entrepreneurs.

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Renaissance Newsletter
“Looking For Small Business Loans Today” by Miles M. Stuchin

An article from the RENAISSANCE newsletter published by Morris, Anderson & Associates, Ltd. written by Miles M. Stuchin, President of Access Capital Inc.

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Business Week Online
“If You’re Off the VCs’ Beaten Path” by Karen E. Klein

Miles M. Stuchin, president of Access Capital, gives some insight on how companies outside the high-tech hubs can attract the attention of venture capital firms.

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Business Week Online
“Small Companies Should Prepare Now for Higher Rates” by Julia Lichtblau

This article warns small business owners of the possible increase in interest rates for borrowers because of the warning issued by Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on inflation. Banks may also start employing a credit crunch. The article states that the best time for a company to borrow is now - before a credit crunch impedes its plans for future expansion.

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