What our clients are saying
« FICC managers have been excellent partners for Audio Postproduction SPR Inc, they trusted us and supported us throughout our business relationship.»
« FICC’s financial products and business expertise were greatly appreciated. During a restructuring of the company, the contribution of FICC allowed LC Média to recover and implement rigorous management practices. Financing conditions were adapted to our needs and thus allowed us to take a significant technological change. I recommend this partner to entrepreneurs seeking adequate funding. »
Show Distribution Group inc.
« We greatly appreciated the funding FICC granted to Show Distribution in 2011 to allow the company to repurchase a shareholder who wanted to retire. FICC's financing conditions were adapted to our needs and the initial principal repayment moratorium allowed us to complete the final repayment of our equipment loan. The partnership with FICC was also crucial in our negotiations with a potential buyer and allowed for a smooth transition to the new owner. We recommend FICC to entrepreneurs seeking a flexible and adequate funding. »
« I’m pleased to attest the impact of FICC in the history of financing and growth of our company Tribal Nova. FICC was our first corporate financial partner through a loan in subordinated debt. This loan enabled us to develop our first product and start our business relationship with PBS as one in which we co-invested in partnership rather than only supplying services. This partnership and other projects developed with the help of new media funds, allowed us to develop the company enough to make a successful first round of financing at a good valorization. This round was followed by several others until the acquisition of Tribal Nova by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2013. During these seven years, we have enjoyed the flexibility, openness and willingness to support entrepreneurs of FICC’s team. We highly recommend FICC as a financial partner with other entrepreneurs, especially those looking for subordinated debt financing rather than equity. »
Pierre Le Lann et Guillaume Aniorté