Daily News: June 13, 2012

US Capital Partners Expands Capabilities to Include PE Services


US Capital Partners, LLC announced that it has expanded its range of services for small and lower middle-market companies to include an extensive selection of equity financing options.

Private equity services offered by US Capital Partners include valuations and fairness opinions, pitch books, private placement memorandums, private capital raises, private stock sales and a broad variety of custom shareholder liquidity services. US Capital Partners’ affiliation with Growth Capital Services, a registered broker-dealer and member of FINRA and SIPC, ensures that all securities business is handled in a fully compliant manner.

“We are delighted to be expanding our range of services. US Capital Partners is now able to participate in and help businesses source private equity capital to meet a variety of objectives,” said Jeffrey Sweeney, CEO and managing director at US Capital Partners. “These include launching a business, growing a business to the next level, funding an add-on acquisition, achieving substantial liquidity, and paying off private and commercial note-holders early on. In raising private equity capital, we always make sure the deal structure is appropriate for our client’s specific needs, paying special attention to the cost of equity and related issues of equity dilution.”

“At US Capital Partners, we now also arrange private stock sales and provide a variety of custom shareholder liquidity services,” said Charles Towle, director at US Capital Partners. “We will leverage our extensive sources of private capital and our knowledge of the private capital raising process to present our clients to potential investors or buyers and manage the placement process through to a successful transaction closing.”

US Capital Partners is a private investment bank, direct lender, co-lender, and lead debt and equity financial participant and arranger that specializes in structuring and providing the best available financing for the lower middle market.