Pearl Capital Secures $15M in Financing From Chatham Capital Management
Pearl Capital Business Funding, LLC has closed on $15 million in financing from Atlanta-based Chatham Capital Management, according to the company. Pearl is a NY-based small business funder that was acquired in 2015 by Capital Z Partners, a private equity firm.
“We understand that despite personal credit issues, many small business owners have triumphed in building successful businesses,” said Pearl CEO Solomon Lax. “Locked out of the traditional bank financing channels, those small business owners turn to Pearl Capital Business Funding to enable their dreams. By partnering with Chatham, we are able to make those dreams a reality.”
Chatham has invested in other companies such as iPayment, Vitamin Shoppe, DirectTV, QVC, Neiman Marcus, and 5-hour energy, according to their website.
Pearl also secured $20 Million from Arena Investors, LP in July of last year.Last modified: June 21, 2017
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