Your company owns many assets. At any given time, they aren't all performing up to their real cash value. Or, an asset is no longer useful to you. Or, you have too much of an asset, such as inventory, on hand. What do you do? Traditionally, you could hold on to it, hoping that you would be able to use it or sell it at a higher price in the future. Or, you could sell it now, and record a financial loss or writedown. But, with Corporate Trade Inc.'s multilateral trading model, you have a new option. Let Corporate Trade Inc. acquire the asset from you at its full value. Then, use the cash and trade credits, or combination from that acquisition, to purchase what you do need--whether it's advertising, goods and services, sponsorships, or other pre-budgeted corporate expenditures.

By employing Corporate Trade Inc.'s model, your asset is recapitalized to its full value and you can put the capital to work for your corporation. You're buying what you were already going to buy-but you're using money that previously was unavailable. Corporate Trade Inc.'s trading experts assist you in monetizing your trade credits to maximum financial advantage. Essentially, Corporate Trade Inc. bridges the gap between the book value of your underperforming asset and the market value of that asset, and makes the difference between the two available to you in cash. Avoid a loss and realize net cash savings in the same amount. See our balance sheet enhancement for more information.

Example Scenarios

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Your corporate real estate portfolio has been dramatically depressed by a downturned economic cycle. An office building you own or lease is no longer needed. It has a book value of $10 million, but in the current market, you couldn't sell it for more than $5 million. The underperforming asset is pinching your cash flow and limiting your advertising budget. Corporate Trade Inc.'s proven means of recapitalizing your corporate real estate portfolio provides the cash and trade [financial value] revenue to achieve full 100% asset recovery. Corporate Trade Inc. purchases the asset from you at its original economic book value of $10 million, thus allowing you to avoid a corresponding $5 million loss and writedown. Not only do you avoid a loss from selling on the open market, but you get credits to apply to an advertising buy or a corporate sponsorship. Other options are also available for real estate, including Corporate Trade Inc.'s structured sale lease-back plan. Read our composite case studies and Boeing case study for more information.

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Brownfield properties are financially burdensome to your company. Dramatically improve your balance sheet by selling your brownfield properties to CTI, and reverse the corresponding financial reserves allocated against the problematic asset. Again, you avoid a loss and put the difference between book value and market value to work for the company.

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A recent merger or acquisition has created significant surplus real-estate and commercial lease obligations for your company. Let Corporate Trade Inc. acquire these surplus assets at full economic value, and use the value to acquire a sports sponsorship that raises your company's positive profile.