Japan’s largest bank Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), has increased its LP capital commitment to the non-dilutive funds operated by Mars Growth Capital from $750m to $1b. This signals MUFG’s strong belief in the future potential of MARS Growth Capital, a joint venture between MUFG and Liquidity Group, the largest AI-based financial asset management firm in the world. The Group’s patented machine learning and AI technology enables capital deployment through more deals faster than at any time in the history of financial markets.
Since its founding in 2021, MARS Growth Capital has entered into non-dilutive financing agreements with over 40 mid-market and growth-stage technology companies. The decision to extend MARS Growth Capital’s non-dilutive funding war chest both points to the success of this strategy, as well as confirms strong global demand for non-dilutive investment.
With the combined financial might of MUFG and the decision-science AI technology of the Liquidity Group, MARS Growth Capital today offers both non-dilutive financing and equity funding for burgeoning mid-market growth-stage technology companies, at previously unseen speeds.
Fumitaka Nakahama, the Group Head of Global Corporate and Investment Banking at MUFG, stated, “Our ambition is to stand as a perpetual growth ally for our partners, offering unparalleled financial versatility.”