Colzen Capital
Coming October 6

Applying A Proven Investment Strategy To New Industries

Date & Time

October 6, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT

About the Event

Colzen is using equity financing, a niche strategy so far only employed pre-IPO in tech, to provide liquidity for founders of mid- to late-stage companies and an opportunity for investors with limited downside risk. Currently targeting a wide range of high growth companies in industries such as cannabis, consumer products, renewable energy, and technology. 

Colzen’s equity finance model:

  • Is a loan against current value of an individual’s shares
  • Loans up to 25% of value of shares to founders/optionees
  • Provides 75% downside protection for investors, while still targeting 80%+ of the upside of a direct investment
  • Via a diversified fund and deal specific SPVs
  • No phantom income and favorable capital gains tax treatment on exit for investors

Join our webinar with Colzen Capital Managing Partners, Philip Benjamin and Sam Bulow, for a deep dive into their equity financing and how it provides a unique opportunity for value creation with strategic capital partners.

Philip is the head of a 4th generation Family Office and has anchored the first round of this fund.

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