Javlin Capital LLC (“Javlin”) has entered into a credit agreement with Denver-based Liberty Acquisitions II, LLC (“Liberty”) to provide Liberty with a senior facility to finance Liberty’s purchases of charged-off consumer receivables and assist the company’s growth strategy.
Liberty Acquisitions II and its affiliate, Liberty Acquisitions Servicing, LLC, deploy a highly analytical legal collection strategy to maximize the value of portfolios acquired in several Western states, including Colorado, Utah, and Nebraska. The Javlin facility will enable Liberty to execute an aggressive expansion strategy into more states during the course of the next several years.
Jeff Busch and Mark Cannon, co-presidents of Liberty, applauded the partnership with Javlin. “The principals of Javlin have grown small businesses into industry leaders,” they said, noting Javlin’s principals’ backgrounds with Arrow Financial Services, West Corporation, Hilco Receivables, and other leading ARM-industry firms. “Their value-added approach to partnership with Liberty will contribute significantly to our ability to execute our growth strategy.”
Rob Johnson, CEO of Javlin, praised Liberty’s unique operating model. “Jeff and Mark have created an exceptional platform,” said Mr. Johnson. “Javlin’s focus on analytics and operational rigor perfectly complement Liberty’s business model. We look forward to contributing to their success as they emerge as industry leaders.”
Javlin Capital LLC provides capital to acquire service intensive financial assets. For debt buyers, Javlin provides integrated portfolio finance that is flexible, reliable and cost efficient, leveraging an extensive origination network and a flexible, data intensive and operationally focused underwriting platform. Javlin’s partnership approach and expertise in operations and corporate development deliver value to debt buyers beyond the capital it provides.
Liberty Acquisitions II and its affiliated entity, Liberty Acquisitions Servicing, LLC, deploy an analytically rigorous legal model to collect portfolios of charged-off consumer receivables in several Western states, including Colorado, Utah, and Nebraska. The firm, founded in 2002, sold a majority stake in 2010 to a group led by Los Angeles-based Triton Pacific Capital Partners. That acquisition, with the addition of the Javlin debt facility, positions the firm for significant expansion into additional states.