Paragon Debt Advisory is a Black Empowered debt advisory services company, with a core focus on Capital Raising for:
With access to over 120 funders, our clients can access alternative funding outside of the main banks, including offshore funding.
We offer a wide range of capital raising, advisory, and growth and treasury risk services. We can structure and raise various forms of funding instruments to best suit clients’ needs, and procure short-term and long-term debt funding, including bridging and property development finance.
Paragon Debt Advisory has a wide and diverse network of institutional and banking relationships that span both local and international markets.
Through this network and its associate company Paragon Lending Solutions, the group has successfully raised more than R3,4 bn of funding for its clients to date.
Paragon provided a facility to the client against an unbonded shopping centre he owned in a different entity. The client used the facility to successfully reduce the bank’s exposure, allowing the partner to exit and the client to keep the property. The client will exit the facility by refinancing the shopping centre with a commercial bank.
Paragon set up a bridging facility for the client against the units already sold but not yet transferred, allowing the client access to funds which were used to complete further units.
30 April 2021
Sustainable investing has become vital for the small business community. It believes SMEs looking for vital growth funding are being closely scrutinised and those coming out top on their Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance ratings are now enjoying more financing options than their less sustainable counterparts. View interview…
11 June 2020
Amid the global economic crisis that is currently underway, many businesses face the threat of securing funding to sustain their businesses.
29 October 2018
Tanya Haffern, Property Financing Expert and Gary Palmer, CEO of Paragon Lending Solutions, share strategies on how to secure financing for your first investment property.
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