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Celebrating Four Years of Percent

We recently celebrated four incredible years of Percent. Our mission at the outset was simple: build a better alternative investment platform. Four years of learning, building, and iterating on this mission led us down the path today of creating the definitive technology platform that is transforming private credit markets from end to end. What was […]

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Percent Raises $12.5 Million to Accelerate Growth

To further Percent’s mission of creating a vibrant ecosystem for private capital markets, we’re excited to announce our raise of $12.5 Million in Series A funding in a round co-led by White Star Capital and B Capital. Existing investors Revel Partners, Recharge Capital, and Fantail Ventures also participated in the heavily oversubscribed round. We are […]

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Cadence is Now Percent: Introducing the Next Generation of Private Credit Investing

When we first came up with the idea for Cadence, we settled on a name that we felt was a perfect fit for what we offered. As an investing platform providing short duration investments that keep rolling over in perpetuity, having a “cadence” to our investment process meant we could live up to our name. […]

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Protecting Capital While Generating Returns

The Value Proposition Behind Short Duration Investments Percent is committed to building an alternative investment infrastructure for all investors. As we witnessed the markets evolve and various alternative investment platforms go live, we realized there was a mismatch between what was being offered and what investors really wanted. With volatility in the markets driving demand […]

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Better Alternatives Start with Better Borrowers

The market has spoken. It is clear that interest in managed funds is disappearing. Actively managed funds have faced net outflows of $500B since 2015, a trend that is showing no signs of reversing. But where is the money going? It’s certainly not going into ETFs. Vanguard, the index ETF giant, has seen net client […]

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