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ANNOUNCEMENT: Langdon Capital has completed a Seven-Figure Debt Transaction for an Innovative UK Tech Firm

Updated: Jan 29

Langdon Capital is pleased to announce a debt raise exceeding £1 million for a UK Human Resources B2B SaaS technology company with annual revenue in excess of £1 million. With a robust 20-year history, the company was poised for expansion but lacked the necessary financial resources to fulfil those ambitions.

Connecting Innovation with Capital


In today's financially challenging climate, securing funding is an uphill task, especially for SMEs with inconsistent profitability records. This unpredictability can often deter traditional lenders - but that's where we can assist.


This success story revolves around bridging the gap between an innovative, high-growth tech company and a private institutional provider of finance. This partnership will empower the company to fulfil its growth ambitions, invest in product development, and continue providing cutting-edge solutions to its clients.


Support Beyond Funding: A Holistic Approach


Our commitment doesn't end with securing funds. We go the extra mile to prepare our clients for crucial interactions with investors and lenders. This includes creating marketing materials, developing financial models, offering strategic advice, and facilitating connections with potential investors. We also assist in securing and negotiating terms, managing the due diligence process, and supervising legal documentation drafting.


Our aim is to bridge the gap between high-growth firms and the resources they need to unlock their full potential.




Q: What are alternative lenders?

A: Alternative lenders are financial institutions that operate outside of traditional banking channels. They often provide more flexible financing options and have a different risk appetite compared to conventional lenders.


Q: What is due diligence?

A: Due diligence is the comprehensive examination and investigation of a company's financial records, operations, and other relevant aspects conducted by potential investors or lenders before entering into a business transaction.


Q: What is a letter of intent (LOI) for funding?

A: A letter of intent is a formal document expressing an intention to enter into a business transaction. In the context of funding, it outlines the basic terms and conditions under which the funding will be provided and serves as a preliminary agreement before the final deal is completed.

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About the author


Sabbir Rahman is Managing Director of Langdon Capital. He has held prior roles with Morgan Stanley, Lazard and Barclays Investment Bank. He has executed over £60 billion in notional value of debt, equity, M&A and derivatives transactions with global corporates, private equity funds and financial sponsor groups.


About Langdon Capital


Langdon Capital assists innovative, high-growth companies, with >£1m in annual revenue and >30% in annual revenue growth, raise between £1m and £25m in debt or equity at Series A and later funding rounds from a network of alternative investors spanning venture capital funds, corporate VC arms, family offices, venture debt funds, private credit funds, real estate funds and hedge funds.




This is not financial advice or any offer, invitation or inducement to sell or provide financial products or services or to engage in any form of investment activity.

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