Daily News: September 19, 2013

GE Capital Provides $10MM Facility to Sonitus Medical

GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services, said it is serving as administrative agent on a $10 million senior secured multi-draw term loan for Sonitus Medical. The company intends to use the financing primarily for additional working capital as they continue to expand their commercialization efforts.

“We chose GE Capital because of their healthcare expertise, but particularly because of their understanding of the medical device space,” said Jeff Mack, chief financial officer for Sonitus Medical. “GE’s knowledge of the industry and support were key to successfully closing this financing. They provided us with a flexible lending structure that supports our needs as we continue to ramp up our product development and commercialization efforts.”

“We’re pleased to work with innovative medical device companies like Sonitus Medical, and we look forward to supporting their evolving needs as they continue their rapid commercialization,” said Anthony Storino, senior managing director, GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services, Life Sciences.

Founded in 2006 and based in San Mateo, CA, Sonitus Medical is a privately held medical device company that markets the SoundBite Hearing System, the world’s first hearing and communication solution that imperceptibly transmits sound via the teeth.