Grandson of Conrad Hilton manages expansion of financial technology at FinTech driven lender
ORLANDO, Fla., April 7, 2021 (Newswire.com) – J. Bradley Hilton, Chief Technology Officer of Legion Capital Corporation (OTCQX: LGCP), a publicly traded Fintech driven private equity lender, was featured in an article published in the Orlando Business Journal. The article highlighted the Legion Capital direct investor platform GoLegion which allows investors to invest directly with Legion for certain of its offerings.
“As an Orlando based and locally focused company, we are obviously pleased to have the Orlando Business Journal write about our company and our GoLegion investor platform”, said James Byrd, Legion Chairman and CEO. “As we continue to grow and expand our presence in the greater Central Florida area, it is nice to be connected to our community and market in such a manner”.
As a FinTech driven private equity lender, Legion Capital provides specialized financing to small businesses and ventures, with particular focus on the financing of early-stage housing and commercial developments throughout Central Florida. As CTO, Mr. Hilton is involved in the development of Legion’s direct investor platform GoLegion and other FinTech related initiatives.
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Legion Capital (Ticker Symbol: LGCP) is a FinTech enabled, publicly traded specialized business lender providing growth capital to small and medium sized companies. Legion provides bridge funding, acquisition finance, development, and growth capital in a highly customized and expeditious manner, addressing a large and growing segment of small business lending that is under-served by banks and institutions.
Legion Capital serves our Investors and Financial Advisors through a suite of diversified equity and debt investment products, many of which offer attractive yields, non-correlation to traditional financial markets, and defined liquidity dates. For more information, please visit www.LegionCapital.com.
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