Private investment bank supports expanding big data company serving the agriculture industry.
SAN FRANCISCO, FEBRUARY 2017 – US Capital Partners Inc. has advised on a multi-million dollar equity transaction for AgPro Exchange, LLC (“AgPro”), an expanding big data and analytics company serving the agriculture sector. Based in Lubbock, Texas, AgPro has developed a data platform for growers that offers storage, secure access, and analytics.
Headquartered in San Francisco, US Capital Partners is a full-service private investment bank that provides private placement services and has wide distribution for debt and equity private placements.
David Lundgren, CEO at AgPro, said: “US Capital’s advisory services were integral in helping AgPro secure investment. USCP’s approach in structuring the offering was crucial to AgPro’s successful capital infusion and has put us in a great position to increase our capabilities and broaden our reach.”
“We are extremely pleased to have advised on this transaction for AgPro,” said Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO at US Capital Partners. “It was a pleasure to work with an innovative company such as AgPro, and to advise them on their capital needs in order to optimize their growth strategy. US Capital performed market analysis, provided strategic advisory, and structured AgPro’s equity transaction, which resulted in the company being able continue its product development and expand in the US market.”
About US Capital Partners, Inc.
Since 1998, US Capital Partners (www.uscapitalpartners.net) has provided structured, custom financing solutions to private and public companies in the United States and abroad. Headquartered in San Francisco, US Capital Partners, operating with its subsidiary US Capital Global Securities, LLC, is a full-service private investment bank with a wide distribution for debt and equity private placements. The group makes debt investments between $500,000 and $100 million, participates in debt facilities, and offers asset management, financial advisory services for buy-side and sell-side engagements, and capital formation, including early-stage financings of equity and debt.