FinTech driven Specialized Lender posts first quarterly profit as a public company
Orlando, Florida — June 3, 2021 — Legion Capital (OTCQX:LGCP), a FinTech driven, publicly traded specialized business lender providing growth capital to small and medium sized companies and real estate developers, today announced unaudited financial results for its fiscal 2021 first quarter ended March 31, 2021. The Company posted record quarterly revenue of $819,825, up 55.3 percent year over year, and quarterly profit of $11,165.
Legion Chairman James Byrd stated, “We are obviously pleased that we have been able to achieve our first quarter of profitability as a publicly traded company. Although it is important to note that our results are unaudited, it is clear that we have come through a very challenging 2020 and were able to emerge strong as we entered 2021.
Byrd went on to state, “We are very excited about the prospects for Legion going forward. It is no secret that we are experiencing tremendous growth in the Greater Central Florida area and Legion is well positioned as a specialized business and real estate lender to participate in that growth in a very meaningful way”.
Legion Capital will host a virtual Annual Shareholder Meeting on June 15, 2021 beginning at 5 PM EDT. Investors can register by clicking the button below.
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About Legion Capital
Legion Capital (Ticker Symbol: LGCP) is a FinTech enabled, publicly traded specialized business lender providing growth capital to small and medium sized companies. Legion provides bridge funding, acquisition finance, development, and growth capital in a highly customized and expeditious manner, addressing a large and growing segment of small business lending that is under-served by banks and institutions.
Legion Capital serves our Investors and Financial Advisors through a suite of diversified equity and debt investment products, many of which offer attractive yields, non-correlation to traditional financial markets, and defined liquidity dates. For more information, please visit www.LegionCapital.com.
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