The U.S. Small Business Administration approved a license for Capital Southwest SBIC I, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Capital Southwest, to operate as a small business investment company.
Capital Southwest appointed Ramona Rogers-Windsor a new independent member of its board of directors. Rogers-Windsor is a senior finance executive with more than 38 years of experience across multiple segments of the financial services industry.
Capital Southwest, a business development company that provides financing to support the acquisition and growth of middle market businesses, reported a total investment portfolio of $587.2 million in fiscal Q1/21, including a credit portfolio of $487.2 million.
The U.S. Small Business Administration issued a “green light” letter inviting Capital Southwest to file its application to obtain a license to operate a small business investment company (SBIC) subsidiary.
Capital Southwest, a provider of financing to support the acquisition and growth of middle market businesses, will withdraw its voluntary redemption of $35 million in principal of the $77,136,175 in aggregate principal amount of issued and outstanding 5.95% notes due 2022.