FinTech Lender excelling with growing real estate market in the United States
ORLANDO, FL., August 10, 2021 — Legion Capital Corporation (OTCQX:LGCP), a FinTech enabled, specialized business lender, was named in CIO Bulletin’s Best 50 Companies To Watch 2021 Listing.
Legion Capital funds acquisition, early-stage development and growth capital needs for small and medium sized business owners, real estate developers and entrepreneurs, 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 other business segments, along with a substantial pipeline of transactions that will provide exponential growth over the next several years.
“We are pleased to be recognized as one of the Best 50 Companies to Watch 2021 by CIO Bulletin,” explained Chairman James Byrd. “We are very excited about what the future holds for Legion Capital – our team has worked tirelessly to position Legion as a potential market leader in our space – and for Legion to be recognized in such a manner is a testament to the hard work of our entire team.”
As a specialized lender and private equity firm, Legion Capital continues to be focused on small and emerging companies we look to acquire ownership stakes, on either a controlling or non-controlling basis, in select companies and projects in growth industries.
For more information on Legion Capital’s inclusion in CIO Bulletin’s 50 Best Companies To Watch 2021, please visit https://www.ciobulletin.com/magazine/50-best-companies-to-watch-2021-listing
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.
Legion Capital Corporation
Investor Relations Director
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