- Liquidity Capital ― a provider of unlimited unsecured, non-recourse, and no dilution growth capital ― announced a plan to fund over $500 million of growth capital to technology startups throughout 2020.
Liquidity Capital ― a provider of unlimited unsecured, non-recourse, and no dilution growth capital ― announced a plan to fund over $500 million of growth capital to technology startups throughout 2020. Liquidity is essentially known for offering startups a one-of-a-kind funding alternative, which allows them to raise capital without giving up equity. Last year was a breakthrough year for Liquidity as it funded over $200 million to startups across the Cloud, E-commerce, and SaaS sectors, including two unicorn startups, Infinidat and Le Tote.
Liquidity Capital’s proprietary data integration tool Liquidity Dynamics is powered by machine learning algorithms and it enables smarter investing by forecasting the future business trends of its investments. By utilizing verified historical data sets and industry-recognized predictive methodologies, Liquidity Dynamics is able to asses opportunities and risks to serve its investments. Plus this allows Liquidity Capital to work with startups side-by-side, taking on all financial risk.
“We’ve established ourselves as the industry’s go-to firm for non-dilutive growth capital thanks to tremendous results in 2019,” said Ron Daniel, Co-Founder & CEO at Liquidity-Capital. “With continued support from Meitav Dash Ltd. and Mitsubishi UFJ Fund Services, anything is possible for 2020 and beyond.”
Liquidity Capital specifically funds tech startups that demonstrate over $3 million in ARR and 30% year-over-year growth with an average ticket size of $10 million to $30 million.
The firm was founded by career entrepreneurs Daniel, Oron Maymon, and Yaron Sela. And Liquidity Capital is backed by Mitsubishi UFJ Fund Services and is part of Meitav Dash Ltd., which the leading Israeli institutional investment house.
“Liquidity Capital is overturning the traditional credit analysis and credit management model that incumbent financial institutions around the world have been committed to for over 100 years,” explained Akihiko Okamoto, Mitsubishi UFJ Fund Services Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer. “Even in Japan where the financial culture leans more conservative, we are extremely excited to be involved with Liquidity Capital as they upend the equity financing model for growth-stage startups.”