SOURCE: Bookkeeper International Equities, Corp.

Bookkeeper International Equities, Corp.

November 21, 2011 09:13 ET

Bookkeeper International Announces Advanced Capital Services for 2012

WILMINGTON, DE--(Marketwire - Nov 21, 2011) - Bookkeeper International Equities, Corp. (PINKSHEETS: BKPR) provider of management advisory and merchant banking services for micro and small cap publicly traded companies, reveals details on Capital Service offerings for 2012.

Since the founding of Bookkeeper International, the company has focused exclusively on microcap companies and has developed an acute awareness of their needs and the obstacles they face. Over the last three quarters, the needs of microcap companies has shifted, being more heavily weighted on capitalization. The company enacted a subdivision, known as the Merchant Asset Management Group, to address these changing tides. The Merchant Asset Management Group has its finger on the pulse of these microcap companies and helps them achieve their goals by introducing them to the capital they need to build long-term shareholder equity.

The full range of Capital Services for 2012 will also include financial advisory services related to mergers, acquisitions, restructuring and re-capitalization. Thorough analyses of all aspects of client company's operations, financial position, and objectives will be taken. Based on this due diligence review, the company will recommend an appropriate financing strategy for each client firm, including the optimal mix of bank financing, senior debt, subordinated debt, and equity.

This year, the company also intends to leverage their growing network of institutions and investment bankers to provide necessary resources to secure financing needs such as bridge loans, private placements, M&A funding, inventory factoring, debt pay-down and secondary offerings. Currently, the expansive network of relationships includes over 2,000 venture capital firms nationwide.

This press release may contain forward-looking statements including the Company's beliefs about its business prospects and future results of operations. These statements involve risks and uncertainties. Among the important additional factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those forward-looking statements are risks associated with the overall economic environment, changes in anticipated earnings of the company and other factors detailed in the company's filings. In addition, the factors underlying Company forecasts are dynamic and subject to change and therefore those forecasts speak only as of the date they are given. The Company does not undertake to update them; however, it may choose from time to time to update them and if it should do so, it will disseminate the updates to the investing public.

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