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Financing & Funding

Every form of financing has different opportunities and risks. How do you weigh them up?

Capital is usually needed to start or grow a business. In addition to classic equity financing and bank financing by way of loans or overdraft facilities, there are other flexible alternatives. The following should also be taken into consideration

  • Federal or State development programmes (especially KfW),
  • private and public participation (e.g. by investors, business angels and investment banks of the states) and
  • alternative forms of debt capital, such as leasing, factoring or sale & lease back

Which of these financing options is suitable for your company, which alternative is the most favourable or what risks can arise in each case, has to be examined in advance. From our point of view, it is particularly important that the decision on financing is correctly reflected in the financial plan.

Cadenberg* supports and advises you on the issue of raising capital, determines your capital requirements with you and draws up a finance and repayment plan. We are also happy to support you in negotiations with the capital providers.


  • Determination of capital requirements
  • Preparation of a finance and liquidity plan
  • Advice with respect to the financing of your business, especially in negotiations with lenders and investors
  • Advice on funding programmes and funding opportunities

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