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Equicapita Publishes Q3 2021 NAV – $1.1441 per unit, an increase of $0.0184/unit from Q2 2021

Equicapita Publishes Q3 2021 NAV – $1.1441 per unit, an increase of $0.0184/unit from Q2 2021


Equicapita Income Trust and Equicapita Investment Corp. (collectively “Equicapita”) are pleased to announce the release of Q3 2021 NAV of $1.1441/unit.

According to co-founder Stephen Johnston, “Equicapita continued to improve its balance sheet in Q3, with a combination of debt repayment and cash accumulation. The net result is that Equicapita has a material pool of capital (cash on hand and borrowing capacity) to fund further accretive acquisitions in its royalty/franchise, dental lab and environmental services roll-ups.”

 About Equicapita:  Equicapita is a private company buyout fund focused on acquiring private businesses with enterprise values ranging from $5 million to $50+ million. Equicapita’s portfolio companies employ over 1,000 people across a broad range of industries.

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