Growth

Sales are the life blood of any business.  Knowing your clients individual challenges can help you safely grow with them.  Our growth tools help you grow sales thru credit. 

Your sales team may even stop

calling credit the

         "Department of Sales Prevention"

Risk

Do you really know your customer? 

Insolvencies happen every day, for reasons you can't see coming......  Antitrust lawsuits. A chemical spill that cut off water supplies to Virginians, The Pink Slime Blog picked up by NY Times, etc............... These unexpected events took down companies such as Target Canada, Golden Gurnsey Dairy, AFA Foods, Owens Corning..... and hundreds more.  Protecing your company from the unexpected loss - ensuring your company survives.

Capital

Your business is growing like crazy, and your bank can't seem provide you enough working capital to fuel the growth.  We can help, just like we have helped hundreds, including 27 companies that made Milwaukee's Future 50 list, a list of fast growing businesses in Southeast Wisconsin. 

We Offer:

Your customers always Pay .......

Until they don't.

Did you know you can insure against non-payment or bankruptcy?
Crescendo Trade is Wisconsin's only specialty trade credit insurance brokerage, based in Metro Milwaukee
The largest, most volatile asset on your balance sheet is your Accounts Receivable.  It's also your only uninsured asset, & the asset most closely tied to your cash flow
  • Trade Credit Insurance
  • Asset Based Lending
  • A/R puts

Contact Us to learn more

Golfsmith (Sept 16, 2016)  Are stand alone golf retailers a thing of the past?

Recent  Notable Insolvencies..........

Avaya, Inc (Jan 19, 2017)  Telecomuniucations Giant Files Chapter 11, future is uncertain  

The Limited (Jan 17, 2017)  Unsecured Creditors likey to see nothing, Secured Creditors thank them for the donation

Real Alloy Holdings  (November, 2017) 
Gander Mountain  (March 2, 2016)       

Payless Shoes - HH Gregg - Radio Shack - Toys R US -  Maurice Sporting Goods - Charming Charlies       

So Who's next?  Sears?  Which Metal Processor?  Which Retailer? 

There  were 9199 Bankruptcies (not including state Receivership Filings) in 2017

How many will 2018 hold?