Tiger’s Appraisal Chief Sees Prime ABL Opportunities at Amazon FBA

Tiger’s Appraisal Chief Sees Prime ABL Opportunities at Amazon FBA
By: ABL Advisor Staff Writer
Date: May 4, 2022

Wholesale and retail inventories have always been a mainstay for lenders, but with millions of businesses now selling their wares on Amazon, what are the potential implications for the ABL sector?

ABL Advisor sat down with Ryan Davis, Managing Director of Tiger Valuation Services, to discuss some of the considerations involved in lending […]

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Does the Current ‘Logistics Nightmare’ Have a Surprising Upside?

Does the Current ‘Logistics Nightmare’ Have a Surprising Upside? 
By: Ryan Davis
Date: September 28, 2021

Could today’s global supply chain disruption contain some good news for asset-based lenders? That may seem like a counterintuitive question given that the current inventory crunch — supplies have dropped to levels not seen since just after the Great Recession — has led many borrowers to massively downsize their ABL lines. In […]

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Audio-Visual Asset Value Rebound Highlights Sector’s Resilience

Audio-Visual Asset Value Rebound Highlights Sector’s Resilience 
By: Jonathan Holiday and Jason Rae
Date: September 9, 2021

Tiger Group experts provide insights into the factors asset-based lenders should contemplate when considering lending into the professional A/V sector.

Asset values in the audio/visual (A/V) sector—everything from high-end digital cameras for movie, television and commercial productions, to specialized lighting for live events—continue to strengthen, due in part to the commencement of […]

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Restaurant Rebound Tests the Limits of U.S. Food Distributors

Restaurant Rebound Tests the Limits of U.S. Food Distributors
Foodservice distributors generally adapted well to the massive disruptions triggered by the pandemic, but the sector is feeling the strain of the latest shift – the rapid return of tens of millions of Americans to in-person dining.
By: Eric Schloemer

Date: June 28, 2021

Historically, foodservice inventory and M&E have been good, stable forms of collateral, and the prospects of […]

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Trends in Major Retail Liquidations: Potential Unintended Consequences

Trends in Major Retail Liquidations: Potential Unintended Consequences
By: Jack Rapp
Date: Sep 06, 2018 @ 07:00 AM
The Toys ‘R’ Us liquidation conducted this year was remarkable for its scale. It involved more than 800 stores and hinged on the combined efforts of Tiger Capital Group, Great American Group, Hilco Merchant Resources and Gordon Brothers. However, it was noteworthy for another reason—instead of guaranteeing results through an […]

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