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  • RBC can provide sufficient capital to support a business or transaction, with an ability to commit up to $50 million in total financing. RBC’s target investment in any one company (after syndication) rarely exceeds 25 million.
  • Access Community Capital Fund offers Micro-loan to entrepreneurs who want to start or expand their businesses but have difficulty acquiring small amounts of start-up capital. They offer post-loan support such as mentor ship or referrals to programs offered by other community organizations.
  • Mistral is a newly formed, early stage, risk capital firm based in Ottawa Canada, with offices and ties to California, USA and Beijing, China. Though Mistral is interested in several sectors, they focus mainly on ideas that leverage mobility and the internet.
  • Momentum Ventures offers a minimum investment of $500,000 to launch a business and also the opportunity to work with and be mentored by the Momentum Ventures team through this Momentum Challenge program.
  • The 10-year, $10-billion Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component (PTIC) provides support for projects of national, local or regional significance. This includes the National and Regional Projects (PTIC–NRP) that will provide $9 billion for projects that are nationally and regionally significant, and are predominantly medium- and large scale in nature. For-profit organizations are eligible for projects in partnership with one or more [...]
  • next47’s strategy is to combine the speed and agility of an independent investor with the breadth of Siemens’ business and technology. We don’t just fund companies, we connect entrepreneurs to domain knowledge and a global customer ecosystem through three competencies.
  • Niagara Venture Forum aims to link entrepreneurs with investment ready companies with Angel investors and the greater business community.
  • Northleaf Venture Catalyst Fund (NVCF) is a joint initiative between major Canadian institutional investors and the Governments of Canada and Ontario to invest in Canada-based venture capital and growth equity funds and direct investments that support innovative, high growth companies.
  • Novacap is one of Canada’s leading private equity firms. Since 1981, their partnership approach has helped companies accelerate their growth and maximize their value.
  • ONCAP is the mid-market private equity platform of Onex. With offices in Toronto, New York and London, Onex is one of the oldest and most successful private equity firms. Onex acquires and builds high-quality businesses in partnership with talented management teams. The Company has approximately US$22 billion of assets under management, including US$6 billion of Onex capital, in [...]
  • OnDeck’s minimum qualifications are less intensive than those of banks. OnDeck focuses on getting a loan approved quickly so the business can thrive.
  • OnDeck Line of Credit provides a fast and easy working capital loan with a simple online application.