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I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I’m not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. — Robert McCloskey

Life-long Learning is a Team Sport

When you look at the greatest teams across sports, businesses, and other organizations, you often find unity at the heart of these teams, binding them into a cohesive unit. For a team to be successful as a unit, they must continue to challenge each other to get better. As a team-player, one of the best things you can do is push yourself to continue learning and growing. If you... read more

How To Turn A Losing Record Into A Winning Season

In the world of sports, a 1 and 26 record is none too impressive. In professional sports, about the only thing this record would ensure you is a chance at the first round pick the following year! However, in a lender-partnership relationship, a 1 and 26 record can take on a completely different meaning. Two experienced project managers had a 1 and 26 record which led their business down... read more

VCF Presents featuring Mr. Kenneth Marks

At the most recent VCF Presents, our guest speaker Kenneth Marks discussed how to increase the value of middle market companies. He undoubtedly has the gift of explaining complex processes and ideas in a clear, straightforward way. Marks generously gave away his latest book, “Value Levers: Increase The Value of Your Company From 3X to 7X”, to the entire audience. His talk centered around how to increase the value... read more

Benefit from an Asset-Based Lender’s Industry Expertise

Lenders such as VCF often use the 5 C’s of Credit as a framework to gauge the creditworthiness of businesses. When looking at a potential borrower, a Lender can use the 5 C’s to measure the quality of the loan by evaluating a variety of factors. As a business owner, you can increase your chances for loan approval by understanding the 5 C’s of Credit. At a glance, the... read more

The Importance of Keeping Capital in Your Business

Lenders such as VCF often use the 5 C’s of Credit as a framework to gauge the creditworthiness of borrowers. When looking at a potential borrower, Lenders want to evaluate the risk of default. Using the 5 C’s, a Lender can effectively measure the quality of the potential borrower and the loan. Through the 5 C’s of Credit, a Lender examines a variety of factors before reaching a decision.... read more

How Your Collateral Can Provide You More Working Capital

Lenders such as Virginia Commercial Finance will use the 5 C’s of Credit as a framework to gather a more holistic view of the creditworthiness of a borrower. When looking at a potential borrower, lenders want to evaluate the risk of default. Using the 5 C’s, a lender can effectively measure the quality of the potential borrower and the loan. Through the 5 C’s of Credit, a lender examines... read more