Montfort manages a diversified group of specialty private credit brands that utilize focused strategies and experienced management teams combined with advanced technology to improve fee related performance. Montfort facilitates transparency for all its investors through public company reporting. Its mission is to create value for shareholders by leveraging a tech-enabled lending platform to provide private debt capital to growing businesses through its group of specialty finance companies: TIMIA Capital, Pivot Financial, Brightpath Capital, and Langhaus Financial.
Montfort’s diversified family of specialized private credit brands combine experienced management teams with advanced technology to improve fee related performance. By leveraging a tech-enabled lending platform to provide private debt capital to growing businesses through its group of specialty finance companies: TIMIA Capital, Pivot Financial, Brightpath Capital, and Langhaus Financial can generate superior returns.
TIMIA focuses on selective, high-yield loan opportunities to revenue generating North American SaaS (software-as-a-service) companies and generates revenue through interest payments, recurring fees and exit fees.
Pivot is a private credit lender that addresses the borrowing needs of small- to mid-sized enterprises with up to 100 employees and up to $100 million in revenue in Canada. It was acquired by Montfort in September 2021.
Brightpath is a leading private provider of residential mortgages in Canada, specializing in arranging mortgages for those seeking alternatives to traditional banking institutions. It was acquired by Montfort in August 2022.
Langhaus Financial Partners Inc.
Langhaus is Canada’s largest independent provider of insurance-policy-backed loans, with a specific focus on high-net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs. Montfort acquired a majority interest in Langhaus in October 2022.
Montfort Capital common shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the trading symbol “MONT” and quoted on OTCQB under the symbol “MONTF”.
Montfort has four classes of shares that are traded on the TSX Venture Exchange:
- Common shares: TSX-V: MONT
- Series A Preferred Shares: TSX-V: MONT.PR.A
- Holders of Preferred shares are entitled to receive fixed non-cumulative preferential cash dividends, if, as and when declared by the board of Directors of the Company at an annual rate equal to $0.08 per Preferred share.
- Series B Preferred Shares
- Series C Preferred Shares
No, Montfort’s common shares do not pay a dividend.
Holders of Series A Preferred shares at an annual rate equal to $0.08 per Preferred share.
As an investor, you can buy or sell shares of Montfort Capital’s common shares and series A preferred shares through any registered broker dealers. Accredited investors can invest in TIMIA Capital’s Limited Partnership III through most registered broker dealers as it is included on the FUNDServ platform.
Montfort Capital’s limited partnerships (LP I, LP II, LP III) are income-producing opportunities for accredited investors to invest in a technology portfolio with capital growth potential. The portfolios primarily comprises recurring revenue B2B SaaS companies based in North America.
Our limited partnerships have fixed terms, provide investors with monthly cash returns, and offer unit value increases by managing the current assets and by investing in new companies.
TIMIA Capital’s LP I and LP II are closed. TIMIA Capital’s LP III fund is denominated in US dollars, reflecting the intention to invest a majority of proceeds into US based recurring revenue technology companies with loan terms generally varying from 2 to 6 years. TIMIA LP III is eligible for registered / tax deferred accounts. All investors must be accredited investors and seek appropriate financial guidance prior to moving forward.
The Company’s headquarters is located at 181 Bay Street, Bay Wellington Tower, Suite 2920, Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2T3
All regulatory filings, including annual and quarterly financial statements, news releases, and notifications of material change, can be found on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR) website. The filings can be accessed here.
The company’s fiscal year end is December 31.
Computershare Investor Services Inc.
Registered shareholders who have questions regarding their holdings or if there are account changes to be made to the account (mailing address, account name, shareholder documentation requests, etc.), please contact Montfort Capital’s transfer agent, Computershare at www.computershare.com. If you own shares through a brokerage account, contact your broker who is responsible for your account.
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