Quantius is a commercial lender that attributes value to the tangible and intangible assets of innovative companies providing non-dilutive financing to small and medium sized companies, a segment which has been under-served by banks due to inflexible underwriting requirements and inability to assess borrower’s future potential.
The Quantius Innovation Income Fund LP seeks to generate superior risk-adjusted returns (11-13%)
The Quantius Innovation Income Fund LP invests in an actively managed portfolio comprised of secured loans to SMEs primarily in Canada and the United States, that are fully collateralized, or cash-flow based, and that have good quality collateral, including intangible assets.
The Quantius Innovation Income Fund’s investment objective is to achieve superior risk-adjusted returns by investing in a portfolio of private credit opportunities. The focus is on investments in Canadian SMEs rich in intellectual property and intangible assets, underserved by traditional banks.
Quantius' investment approach involves a fundamental analysis process that identifies enterprises with under-appreciated intellectual property and intangible assets, overlooked by the general financing community. Sectors include advanced manufacturing, aerospace and defense, health and medical technologies, agritech, cleantech, telecommunications, digital media and technology.
The Quantius Innovation Income Fund LP (the “Fund”) seeks to generate superior, risk-adjusted returns (11-13% net) by levering Quantius’ best-in-class intellectual property (“IP”) analytics platform to provide secured private credit to a highly diversified portfolio of outperforming companies.
Lally Rementilla, MBA, CPA, CMA - Quantius President, has 25+ years of experience in executive roles in leading technology, media and telecom companies. Prior to Quantius, Lally was VP Finance at Nulogy Corporation, where she raised more than $10M in equity and debt. Lally was also VP Finance at Lavalife Corp, where she was instrumental in selling the company for more than $152M.