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About Us

Understanding the Challenges of Growing Businesses

At Hamilton, we understand the challenges of growing a business because we've done it ourselves.

In early 1994, we leveraged our experiences in the banking industry, and expertise in the alternative financing market, to start Hamilton. Our vision was to offer emerging businesses a better way to finance their growth. We wanted to provide capital in a way that made sense while providing flexibility to expand with growing business needs.

"The Hamilton Group is an industry leader on a national scale and a unique provider of alternative financing."

We modeled our finance programs around a factoring solution because it offered an ideal framework for cultivating programs that were cost-competitive, easy-to-attain, and straightforward. More importantly, we knew our solutions would meet the specific capital needs of high-growth businesses in search of alternative financing.

In short order, we realized how desperately our products were needed. We initiated a long-term growth plan that encompassed three major ingredients: hard work, innovation, and vision. Today, over twenty years later, we are an industry leader on a national scale. We are headquartered in Syracuse, New York, and have regional offices elsewhere. To date, we have funded countless businesses, and provided nearly $1 billion in timely financing.

As a fast growing firm ourselves, we have learned first-hand the financial demands and operational requirements of growing and transitional businesses. We attribute much of our present success to using our own experience as a springboard to offer a product and service that fully supports business growth.

We invite you to visit with us. Take a few moments to familiarize yourself with our products, our approach, and our philosophies. We're confident that you'll find Hamilton to be a unique provider of funding to America's business community.

Michael J. Howe, President & CEO

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Factoring . . .  What could you do with improved cash flow?