Liquidity Capital plans to invest $500 million of growth capital in technology startups

Seed Capital Feb 27, 2020
Liquidity Capital plans to invest $500 million of growth capital in technology startups

Liquidity Capital with offices in Israel, New York and Miami, announced it's plans to invest $500 million of growth capital into high growth SAAS and technology startups, the firm is backed by Meitav Dash Investments Ltd, an Israel-based investment house, and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, a Japanese bank holding and financial services company.

Liquidity plans to focus investments in the US market targeting high growth SaaS providers and tech companies, the fresh capital is more than double the previous years which saw investment into 10 startups, totalling an estimated $200 million.

Liquidity Capital was founded in 2017 by Ron Daniel, Oron Maymon and Yaron Sela, to challenge the traditional mindset that says, to continue sustainable growth, you are required to give away big chunks of your business.

The firm provides, unlimited, unsecured, non-recourse, no dilution capital, in exchange for an agreed share of the companies future revenues. The funds investment model is based on a management fee of 1.25 percent of the assets, and a 25 percent success fee when the annual return exceeds 8 percent.

Liquidity uses proprietary AI based learning tools, data science processes, and workflow methods, to ensure they thoroughly understand the business finance requirements and future growth challenges.

Glen Smale

Glen Smale is a FullStack Software Engineer & CTO @StaffCluster with 15yrs tech industry experience. He is a freelance technology Journalist and writer @Bundupress.

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