Case No 7
This was stretching the availability of equity funds that the developer was required to contribute to any new project. Further, as the developer was also the builder, banks specified that any non-bank funding would need to be ‘equity-like’ rather than debt. This was prohibiting the commencement of their next 40 apartment and three commercial unit development.
Dorado provided a funding solution in the form of preference equity. The documentation and structure was satisfactory to the senior bank. In this instance, the Dorado equity and fixed return was in preference to the developer’s equity. This enabled the developer to undertake the project and grow its business.