PRIVATE EQUITY CAPITAL MARKETS
Our Private Capital Markets Group has created a leading franchise through our differentiated and highly customized process that leads to the best execution for our clients.
In recent years, a robust market has developed for private equity offerings undertaken to benefit:
Examples of the types of private placements that companies can issue include growth capital, pre-IPO convertibles, private investments in public equity (PIPES), mezzanine debt and equity, and equity offerings completed as a private placement under Rule 144A.
For each of our clients, our professionals bring to bear the full resources of the firm to provide the most effective and efficient process.
Fully integrated with the Public Capital Markets team, we provide coordinated and objective advice, allowing us to pursue the transaction that best meets the needs of our clients. As a dedicated group of professionals, the Private Capital Markets team provides our corporate clients with highly relevant experience and unparalleled access to senior professionals across multiple pools of capital including venture, private equity, hedge funds, senior and subordinated lenders, mezzanine funds and public institutions.
Livingston Securities is a market leader in Private Placements, Private Investments in Public Equity (PIPEs), Registered Directs (RDs), and SPACs for companies working in nanotechnology related fields.
The Private Equity Group maintains a proprietary database of over five thousand private equity institutional investors including venture capital funds, financial institutions, mutual funds, hedge funds, strategics and qualified high net worth investors. This database allows us to target the optimal investor universe for our clients, resulting in a more efficient private placement process. By providing credible, third-party sponsorship, and leveraging its close relationship with the institutional investor community, Livingston Securities consistently positions issuers with leading investors.
Our clients find working with us provides them with advantages not seen in larger firms, including: