Growth stage companies want working capital to develop products as well as fund the day-to-day operations without diluting shareholder equity. Debt capital financing has historically been the way businesses have funded working capital gaps with term loans, revolving lines of credit, recurring revenue loans, equipment and asset-backed loans, or a mixture thereof. Today’s economic landscape is rich with choices and a multifaceted approach is necessary to achieve the best structure and lowest cost of capital.

We Understand How to Structure Debt Capital

At Armentum, we work with clients to optimize preferences, including cost of capital, structure of debt, and debt syndication. Key use of proceeds include growth capital, debt refinancing, dividend recapitalization, and acquisition financings, or a combination thereof, while some of the more common transaction structures we advise on include senior, mezzanine and subordinated debt, unitranche structures, accordion and revolving facilities, and royalty and revenue interest structures.

Debt Capital Raising Solutions

Let’s discuss how Armentum can facilitate debt capital financing for your company.

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Our Transactions

Plx Pharma

Senior Debt $15,000,000

Kixeye

Subordinated Debt Undisclosed

Titan Pharmaceuticals

Senior Debt $10,000,000

Avizia

Senior Debt $10,000,000

Strongbridge Biopharma plc

Senior Debt and Equity $53,000,000

Videology

Senior Debt $80,000,000

Handle Financial

Senior Debt $10,000,000

Rocket Lawyer

Senior Debt $10,000,000
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About Armentum

Armentum Partners is an independent financial services firm focused on facilitating debt transactions primarily for technology and healthcare companies. We provide non-dilutive capital-raising solutions, including asset-backed lending, venture debt, middle market debt, and royalty financing solutions. Our deep industry knowledge, years of experience, and long-term, trusted relationships with lenders allow us to help our clients optimize their capital structure and facilitate growth.