Fredericks Foundation

Fredericks Foundation

Profile

Fredericks has provided loans to financially excluded individuals for the last 20 years and have helped and financed 2000+ business start-ups. We have recently shifted our attention to providing capital to Charities and Social Enterprises that are focused on helping our traditional customer base. By doing this we believe that we can extend our reach and help more people to live a more financially included life. Fredericks provides capital of up to £35,000 using a new and imaginative revenue share model, that is neither a loan or an equity investment. Why Revenue Share: Revenue Participation Agreements (RPA) are a type of financial instrument that allow both the investor and investee to share the risk and reward of enterprise more flexibly than debt allows and in situations in which equity financing is not possible. Revenue Participation Agreements (RPA) are a type of financial instrument that allow both the investor and investee to share the risk and reward of enterprise more flexibly than debt allows and in situations in which equity financing is not possible. In practice, a RPA is implemented through the sale and purchase of a revenue participation right. This provides the investor with the right to a percentage share in the revenue of the enterprise, not the profit. The amount payable under the RPA is usually capped and/or limited to a fixed period. The cap is set dependent on the perceived risk of the enterprise. The amount repaid is proportionate to the revenue, so can decrease when times are hard.

Product or Service

Other , Others

Regions of Operation

England (countrywide)

Head Office Address

Fredericks House, 39 Guildford Road, null null null, Lightwater, Surrey, GU18 5XZ, United Kingdom, South East England