As your company grows, so does your need for new equipment. BAUER Financial Services (BFINS) takes the stress out of equipment acquisition with financing solutions tailored to your unique needs. We seek out the most advantageous financing available from lenders familiar with BAUER and our products, passing those competitive terms on to you, so you get exactly what you need - and nothing you don’t.
At BFINS, we understand the challenges inherent in bidding on new projects, managing budgets, and overseeing equipment costs. Acting as a trusted member of your team, we handle the myriad details involved in financing your new acquisition, from the first meeting through to final funding - and beyond - leaving you free to focus on your business. Need to finance attachments and tooling after you’ve closed on the rig financing? No problem. Questions about the invoice or insurance? We’ll get them answered. Whether your equipment needs have changed months or years after your acquisition, BFINS will be by your side.
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We consider our clients part of the BAUER family and work hard to help you achieve your goals. Rather than rely on a one-size-fits-all approach, we do our homework, assessing your company’s financial needs, equipment budget, and monthly expenses. We then tap into our exceptional network of lenders to structure highly attractive financing options often unavailable elsewhere. BAUER Financial Services cuts through the complexity of financing to help you arrive at the very best solution for you. This 360° perspective ensures our customers benefit from the most appropriate, competitive financial solutions available - every time.
Whether you’re operating a small, mid-sized, or global company, BAUER Financial Services can help move your business forward. Let one of our finance advisors show you how.
"BAUER Financial Services is undeniably the premier financial services group in the equipment and tooling business. The team is extremely well versed and connected in the industry and works tirelessly to advocate for their clients. They know which financial institutions to approach, how hard to push to get a deal done, and how to negotiate the language to ensure an offering is the strongest possible for their client."