Asset-Based Lending: Infographic Press Release

Hitachi Business Finance Releases Educational Asset-Based Lending Infographic


Rochester, MI, Jan. XX, 2017 – Hitachi Business Finance, a source of opportunity and information for entrepreneurs seeking solutions beyond traditional lending, have released their asset-based lending infographic that explains the functional use of asset-based lending.

The infographic is designed to show entrepreneurs, business owners, and trusted advisors how a company can use their own assets – A/R, inventory, and equipment – can help improve a company’s cash flow.

“Asset-based lending offers working capital for companies that may be growing, are highly leveraged, or just need more capital than their current lender is willing to offer,” says Mike Semanco, president and COO. “Asset-based lending isn’t a mainstream form of finance. Our goal with this piece is to better explain who is best suited for asset-based lending, including how it works and why it should be used.”

To access the infographic, visit To view additional educational pieces crafted by Hitachi Business Finance, including case studies, eBooks, guides, and more, please visit

About Hitachi Business Finance

Hitachi Business Finance is a source of opportunity and information for entrepreneurs seeking solutions beyond traditional lending.

Backed by the global power of Hitachi Ltd., and with more than a decade of proven success, we offer asset-based financing designed to help improve a company’s cash position.  For more information, visit Hitachi Business Finance’s website at

About Hitachi Capital America Corp.

Hitachi Capital America Corp. is an independent, diversified leasing and financial services company providing financing to commercial businesses and other Hitachi companies in the United States. We offer a variety of asset-based financing solutions with a focus on truck, trailer, and floorplan financing; trade financing; medium/small ticket financing; structured financing; vendor financing; and asset-based lending. Learn more at