ORLANDO, FL / ACCESSWIRE / July 7, 2021 / Legion Capital Corporation (OTCQX:LGCP), a FinTech-enabled, specialized business lender, was named in Silicon Review’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies 2021.
Legion Capital funds acquisition, early-stage development and growth capital needs for small and medium-sized business owners and developers, addressing a market segment that has gone largely unserved by banks and conventional lenders. The company has core holdings in real estate development, construction, infrastructure, materials and related service businesses, along with a substantial pipeline of transactions that should provide substantial growth over the next several years.
“We are very pleased to be included in the 50 Fastest Growing Companies,” stated Chairman James Byrd. “We have a dedicated team that works hard every day to capitalize on the current historic housing and real estate development market. 2021 is already proving to be a banner year for Legion and we believe the best is yet to come.”
As a specialized private equity lender, Legion Capital provides acquisition and growth capital to real estate developers, builders and other emerging companies.
For more information on Legion Capital’s inclusion in Silicon Review’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies 2021, please visit https://thesiliconreview.com/magazine/profile/legion-capital-corporation-a-leader-in-fintech-sector/.
About Legion Capital
Legion Capital (Ticker Symbol: LGCP) is a FinTech-enabled, publicly traded specialized business lender providing growth capital to real estate developers, builders and emerging 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 underserved by banks and institutions.
Legion Capital serves its 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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