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Mammoth specializes in monetizing debt and equity assets for small and micro-cap public companies and their shareholders around the world. We deliver innovative, individualized, compliant financing solutions — providing the cash you and your business need when you need it.learn more about our solutions
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Mammoth offers a distinctly safe best-of-class advantage. We're NOT an investment bank. We perform as a single investor; free from the need to distribute investments, which can harm your market. We're also NOT an investor relations agency or a stock promoter. We prefer issuers with a long-term view who aren't compelled by fleeting blips in the share price.
- Mammoth and it's Partners do deals from $50,000 to $50 million.
- 30,000+ micro-cap stocks qualify.*
- Cash for every need from meeting payroll to finalizing an acquisition.
- Friendly personalized service.
* Most qualify, but we want you to know upfront that each transaction is subject to review and approval.
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Structured Shelf Financings
In a structured shelf financing, Mammoth commits to purchase shares from the Company at agreed terms over time, after a registration statement has been declared effective by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company controls (subject to the terms of a Stock Purchase Agreement) whether or not it wants to sell shares to Mammoth. This means that at any time, if you're not comfortable with the price or with the dilution a sale of shares might generate, you may simply refrain from selling shares. Transactions are evaluated on a per-case basis and feature a fair fully-disclosed discount structure. Mammoth pays for shares upon delivery and derives its profit over time. We don't hedge or short our position in any way. Other investors give the illusion of a very low discount but do so by selling shares in advance to receiving them, or requiring large upfront commitment shares; even burying a price reset feature in the fine print.
New Debt Subscriptions
Mammoth can subscribe to new debt securities for public issuers on a per-case basis. The securities Mammoth purchases are convertible into shares of common stock of the issuer at agreed terms. The debt offering can be registered or, under certain circumstances, non-registered.
Existing Debt Purchases
Sometimes a holder of a debt security is in need of liquidity. Mammoth can purchase certain debts held by non-affiliates of the issuer. In fact, Mammoth is willing to pay the face value of the debt (principal plus accrued interest) to the holder of the note. These purchases are not a way for an issuer to raise funds, as none of the funds paid to the debt holder can be shared with the issuer in this type of transaction. They are, however, a potential way for a debt holder to achieve instant liquidity or for an issuer to restructure / consolidate debt which can oftentimes relieve pressure on an issuer's stock price.
Asset Liquidity Transaction
Shareholders of small and micro-cap stocks sometimes hold positions that they anticipate may appreciate in value, but seek liquidity now. This type of transaction is not a loan. However, the terms anticipate allowing access to the shares for a set time period. The transaction can be unwound by the shareholder returning the funds provided plus a premium subject to the terms and conditions of the agreement. Under such circumstances, the shares may be returned to the holder. This solution eliminates downside risk as the shareholder is under no obligation to unwind the transaction, yet still provides the possibility to participate in the upside potential.
Sometimes a shareholder of an issuer seeks liquidity immediately. Such a shareholder can, at times, create tremendous downward pressure for the company's market as the shareholder quickly liquidates their position. Mammoth can purchase shares from non-affiliates of certain issuers. In most transactions, the non-affiliate has held the shares for the applicable holding period under Rule 144. These types of purchases can involve blocks exceeding many multiples of a stock’s average daily trading volume.
Foreign Stock Transactions
For transactions involving the stock of certain foreign issuers, Mammoth and its partners can purchase blocks of stock, collateralize stock loans, and purchase blocks with a repurchase option. Canada, Hong Kong, London, Australia, South Korea, Germany, and Singapore are among some of the countries where transactions like these can be completed.
Asset/Receivable Based Lending
Mammoth’s Partners offer credit facilities up to $20 million, collateralized by the assets and receivables of the Company. Companies that have assets valued at over $2 million and receivables of over $2 million, may qualify for asset based financing. Advantages to these financings include: competitive interest rates; stock need not be issued in order to obtain the financing; and quick access to cash.
Brad Hare been President of Mammoth since it's inception in June 2001. Mr. Hare has provided financing in excess of $100 million to small, publicly-traded corporations and shareholders since 1996. Previously, Mr. Hare worked as a registered representative for several brokerage firms in the Chicago metro area. After 6 years of outstanding performance, he became the Manager of the Chicago branch of a national brokerage firm with a 30-person team in his direct charge. He has held various licenses relating to the securities industry including the Series 7, 63 and 24.Jeffrey DalmanController
Jeffrey Dalman has been Mammoth's Controller since it's founding in June of 2001. Dalman oversees all accounting and financial operations including extensive transaction analysis and forecasting. Before joining Mammoth, Mr. Dalman served for 4 years as the Controller of Valtera Corporation (formerly Personnel Research Associates). He was charged with oversight of accounting and financial functions of a major firm providing services to Fortune 500 companies. Special projects included a robust variety of financial analysis, cash flow modeling, and forecasting. Mr. Dalman graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance from Western Illinois University and received his MBA (Concentration in Finance) and Master of Science in Accountancy from Illinois State University, becoming a CPA in 1996. Prior to graduate school, he was a Financial Consultant for Shearson Lehman Hutton, holding the Series 7 license.Robert DonahueGeneral Counsel
Robert Donahue has served as Mammoth's in-house counsel since June of 2001. He is responsible for drafting agreements, collections, and assuring compliance with terms in agreements. Mr. Donahue graduated from Loras College with a B.A. in Finance in 1988 and Drake University with a J.D. in 1991. Upon graduating law school, he worked as a law clerk for the Honorable K. David Harris, Iowa Supreme Court Justice. He developed his skills working in a law firm environment and at his own private practice. Robert Donahue's experience spans the general practice of law, including business law and securities law. Having an attorney on-staff allows great efficiency and flexibility for us and our clientele, especially when formulating potentially complex transactions.
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