Venture Debt Capital
Venture financing is one of the most valuable financial tools available to emerging technology companies. In today's economy, start-ups are expected to achieve positive liquidity with less equity funding. This means that savvy entrepreneurs must have a financial strategy that extends their business runway and provides the financial staying power to make it to the finish line. This is the reason that top venture-backed companies turn to Lighthouse Capital Partners.
Fina V Capital has built a consistent track record of investing in companies that have become market leaders. We have an extensive business and venture capital network that we help our companies achieve sustainable growth. And our well-capitalized partnerships provide the financial resources to fund substantial investments. Because we are a private company, we can structure more flexible, less restrictive financing solutions than regulated lending institutions, like banks. This flexibility is essential to support the changing requirements of emerging companies. Our independence gives our portfolio companies the greater financial independence they need to achieve their business visions.
Fina V Capital was founded with one purpose, to serve entrepreneurs by providing less dilutive, more flexible forms of capital. We provide senior and subordinated term loans in the $1 million to $20 million range to emerging businesses backed by venture capital and private equity firms.
Target clients range from emerging growth companies led by dedicated entrepreneurs to late-state, established companies seeking cash-flow for expansion.
The value of venture debt is often described in a number of ways—the phrases “bonus round” and “insurance policy” are common—but fundamentally, it exists because it makes venture more efficient. Capital is invested in startups to achieve milestones critical for the development of the firms and integral to increasing value, as reflected either in the value accorded in future rounds of financing, or in the value captured at the sale or initial public offering (IPO).