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Greenwich, Connecticut, United States

Casimir Capital, L.P. is a boutique investment bank headquartered in Greenwich, CT. Casimir has two unique focuses: energy and consumer products. Casimir provides financing solutions, technical advisory and A&D services to its clients. Casimir supports early stage and middle market companies undergoing transformative growth by providing them access to tailored financial solutions. In the consumer products space, Casimir’s founders have designed, originated, and patented over 300 products for firms such as Black & Decker, Pepsi, Abbott, and others. Casimir structures complex financial packages for companies to aggressively grow, acquire and develop their assets. Casimir provides an assortment of financial solutions, including but not limited to: • Venture Capital • Seed Capital • Growth Capital • Public & Private Equity • Go Public & Take Private Transactions • Physical Offtake Agreements • Royalty Transactions • Convertible and High Yield Debentures • Asset Based Lending & Credit

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