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Expansion & Growth Capital

Growth objectives and opportunities can sometimes surpass your cash flow. Expansion and growth capital ensure that you don’t skip a beat.
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Legal Seafoods

When you have growth capital on hand, nothing – not even a recession – can stand in your way. See how Legal Sea Foods used capital to support a new airport restaurant and business concept.
Businesses have many goals, varying by industry, market, and corporate values. But every business has one objective in common: growth. Many of the companies we work with come to us because they’d like to expand and need capital to get started, or expect to grow and would like to have a shelf facility from which to draw from, as needed.

Because expansion and growth can happen in a variety of ways, the type of capital needed can vary greatly. While this provides companies with a lot of options, it can be difficult to know just where to start. We’re happy to help you sort through your options.
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Here to help you grow.

“We take a collaborative and creative approach to financing; I think our partners see a lot of value in that unique approach.”

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Typical size
  • US$10 million - US$300 million
Typical uses
  • Purchase of new locations (i.e. retail or office space)
  • Operational costs related to expansion
  • Acquisition of equipment
Structural characteristics
  • Fixed rate
  • Floating rate
  • Secured
  • Unsecured
Issuer benefits
  • Wide variety of capital available, both in amount and structure
  • Ability to receive capital in multiple currencies for international expansion
  • Relationship-focused approach means that businesses are evaluated holistically, not just quantitatively
“If you go back to the time of the recession, I had made a number of commitments… We had to move forward, come hell or high water, and that’s when Pricoa came in.”
Roger Berkowitz, Chief Executive Officer, Legal Sea Foods
Pricoa Private Capital (‘PPC’) is a trading name of PGIM, Inc. (‘PGIM’), the principal asset management business of Prudential Financial, Inc. ('PFI'), and it is also a trading name of PGIM Private Capital Limited and PGIM Private Capital (Ireland) Limited. In the United Kingdom, information is issued by PGIM Private Capital Limited with registered office: Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5HR. PGIM Private Capital Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) of the United Kingdom (Firm Reference Number 172071) and registered in England No. 1331817. In the European Economic Area (“EEA”), information is issued by PGIM Private Capital (Ireland) Limited with registered office: Pramerica Drive, Letterkenny Business and Technology Park, Letterkenny, Co Donegal, F92 W8CY, Ireland. PGIM Private Capital (Ireland) Limited is authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland and registered in Ireland under company number 635793 operating on the basis of a European passport. In certain EEA countries, information is, where permitted, presented by PGIM Private Capital Limited in reliance of provisions, exemptions or licenses available to PGIM Private Capital Limited under temporary permission arrangements following the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. These materials are issued by PGIM Private Capital Limited and/or PGIM Private Capital (Ireland) Limited to persons who are professional clients as defined  under the rules of the FCA and/or to persons who are professional clients as defined in the relevant local implementation of Directive 2014/65/EU (MiFID II).