BCI acquires sub-performing and performing loans secured by real estate nationwide. BCI is well positioned with the experience and capital to react quickly to opportunities. The company is privately held, allowing the flexibility to work through difficult and sensitive situations while acting with discretion.
BCI will look at assets with the following criteria:
Financial institutions look to BCI for a number of reasons. performing assets create regulatory and management issues. A note sale allows for capital to be redeployed into revenue producing loans, improves credit and regulatory metrics, improves balance sheet and credit profiling, and reduces outstanding portfolio uncertainties. In addition, troubled loans serve as a distraction for credit and origination teams. BCI understands the need to move diligently and with discretion to closing. This knowledge has allowed us to develop reoccurring deal relationships with banking institutions on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.
· Residential Development
· Payment defaults
· Maturity defaults
· Environmental issues
· Portfolio & Performance issues
· Bankruptcy situations