New Quebec Office Provides National Sales Financing Solution for OEMs
and Announces 'Shares for Services' Arrangement
TORONTO, April 5, 2018 /CNW/ - Dealnet Capital Corp. ("Dealnet" or the "Company") (TSXV:DLS) announced today that it has commenced writing consumer finance contracts in the Province of Quebec providing the Company with a coast-to-coast service offering for original equipment manufacturers ("OEMs") looking to provide their dealers with a competitive, easy-to-use consumer financing solution.
Dealnet received approval from the Autorité des marchés financiers earlier this year in response to its application for a license to write consumer financing contracts in that province. Following the receipt of this approval, the Company opened and staffed its office in Montreal and has commenced approving and funding consumer finance contracts through Quebec-based equipment dealers.
"Adding Quebec to our service offering is an important milestone for Dealnet as it now enables us to offer full national coverage to OEM's that are looking for a one-stop competitive sales financing solution for their home improvement equipment dealers across Canada," said Brent Houlden, Dealnet's Interim CEO.
The Company also confirmed that it has received conditional approval from the TSX Venture Exchange ("TSXV") to issue 2,777,777 common shares priced at $0.108 per share to Paradigm Capital Corp. for services rendered in relation to Dealnet's December 2017 Debenture Financing pursuant to the rules of the TSXV. The shares issued pursuant to the 'Shares for Services' Arrangement will be legended and restricted from trading until July 6, 2018.
About Dealnet Capital Corp.
Dealnet is a specialty finance company servicing the $20 billion home improvement finance market through both dealer-based and direct homeowner-based originations of secured finance assets (equipment leases and loans). The company earns net finance income over the term of these assets and from fee income derived from the transaction support services that it provides to its dealer network. The Company also uses its engagement platform to provide customer support services on a contract basis to third-party institutions.
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Dealnet is a specialty finance company servicing the $20 billion home improvement finance market through both dealer-based and direct homeowner-based originations of secured finance assets (equipment leases and loans). The company earns net finance income over the term of these assets and from fee income derived from the transaction support services that it provides to its dealer network. The...