27 Aug 2019
Investec Growth & Leveraged Finance provides senior debt facilities to EGV
Investec Growth & Leveraged Finance (“Investec”) has provided senior debt facilities to Eaton Gate Vigilis (“EGV”), a Managing General Underwriter specialising in UK commercial and home insurance.
Founded in 2016 by serial entrepreneur Gary Burke, EGV has created a unique offering proving bespoke insurance solutions to both brokers and insurers. The senior debt facilities provided by Investec will enable EGV to refinance existing debt and support the business’s future growth and expansion.
Investec’s Helen Lucas commented:
“We’re proud to be backing Gary and his team, who bring with them a strong track record and years of experience. Insurance is a sector we know well, and as the industry dynamics continue to shift we are in a strong position to be able to support promising businesses in this market.”
For more information, please contact:
Luke O’Mahony, Investec (Public Relations) - 020 7597 5261
Fatima Ismat, Lansons (PR agency for Investec CIB) - 020 7566 9709
Investec Corporate and Investment Banking
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