Mezzanine capital is an investment strategy that has benefited entrepreneurs for a long time. Jefferson Capital and its predecessors formed their first Small Business Investment Company (or SBIC) fund in 1994. Through JCP I and JCP II, Jefferson Capital has a long history of providing a variety of capital solutions to dozens of small businesses. By utilizing Jefferson Capital’s patient and flexible investment style, these funds have provided growth capital in support of expansion, acquisitions, buyouts, and recapitalizations through subordinated debt structures, including mezzanine and equity investments. Jefferson Capital has been able to persist through hybrid investment portfolios and strategic financial planning. As with all of its investment strategies, Jefferson Capital’s SBIC investments leverage the firm’s expertise to provide responsive capital from a committed partner, oriented toward furthering small business growth and value creation. JCP II is fully invested with an active portfolio of companies. JCP I has been fully invested and exited.
Learn More About Jefferson Capital’s Mezzanine Capital Investments Below.
$33 million in committed capital including SBA leverage
25 portfolio companies
Over $46 million of investments completed
$54 million in committed capital including SBA leverage
18 portfolio companies
Over $60 million of investments completed