Nevada Corporate Office Releases 100 Aged Shelf Corporations To Help Small Business Obtain Financing
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, April 7th ,2009-Nevada Corporate Office, Inc. a leader in Corporate Establishment Services Since 1908 has announced that it will release 100 of its 7 Year Old Shelf Corporations for sale. All Corporations offered will have seven years of clean credit history allowing them to be used by upstart as well as existing businesses to obtain financing using the corporate strategy of reverse mergers.
Shelf Corporations have long been used to carry out corporate directives that are not necessarily known at the time of the company’s inception. The economic downturn has increased the demand for alternative funding vehicles such as Aged Corporations or Shelf Corporations that can be used obtain Corporate Credit.
These Special offerings are available on the companies website http://NevadaCorporateOffice.Com . Charles Schmidt The Companies Director of Aged Corporations Stated “ we hope that this offering will help struggling businesses get the funding they need to help them through these difficult times”
Shelf Corporations are nothing new, It was reported today that General Motors NYSE:GM may be using various corporate strategies to move assets like Chevrolet and Cadillac into existing corporations while moving other assets into shelf corporations in preparation for Bankruptcy.
According to Mr. Schmidt, Nevada Corporate Office provides corporate entities to help with these types of preparations. NCO also provides Complete Corporate Credit Services, Company formation services, bankruptcy preparation/mitigation services ect.. For more information on services offered you can visit their website @ http;//NevadaCorporateOffice.Com .
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