With completion of the sale of its aviation consulting and corporate advisory practices to Accenture, Seabury Group is augmenting the equity capital of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Seabury Capital.
With this enhanced capital base, Seabury Capital will accelerate expansion of its global products and advisory services anchored in specialty finance, investment banking, technology and software applications to clients in aviation, aerospace and defense, maritime, infrastructure/ports, global trade finance, foreign exchange, asset management services and IT/enterprise software.
Seabury Capital Founder, Chairman, President and CEO John E. Luth, said, “Seabury Capital businesses are now global in reach, having more than tripled our professional staff to 150 employees on five continents in the past four years. Those professionals have a common objective of delivering unique capabilities and solutions for our customers.”
Seabury Capital has more than two dozen businesses in five principal areas, including Investment Banking & Advisory Services; Financial Asset Management & Principal Investments; Aircraft Technical Asset Management, Aircraft & Engines Inspections and Aircraft Register; Financial Services, Trading and Payment Plan Provider Platforms/Technologies and IT, Enterprise Software & Proprietary Technologies.
Seabury Capital operates a number of specialty finance, investment banking, technology and software companies with a core focus anchored in aviation, aerospace and defense, maritime and financial services/technology. Seabury Capital has historically been the investment holding company of its founder, John E. Luth, operating as a venture capital firm with ownership stakes in software and asset management businesses servicing the aviation and travel industries. Within the last few years, Seabury Capital has expanded its portfolio by investing in early stage startup companies within the financial technology industry.
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