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We are A. B. Nicholas Securities Finance provide gateways to institutional stock loan credit line programs using client stock, bond, mutual fund, and other securities portfolios as guarantee for a low-interest, high-LTV line of credit in an institutional, licensed environment without the need to transfer ownership to the lending party. 

Qualifying is easy. See our stock loan requirements here. 

The program is ideal for business and financial professionals who deal with client who own such stock portfolios and may be interested in a superior method of leveraging their value when compared with conventional margin loan-type financing. 

We pay generous referral fees to those who submit eligible clients. We invite you to apply, become certified as an ABN Agent, and begin helping your clients with securities-based credit line options they may not have known they had. 

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