QADIUM unveils $26.41 million unregistered mezzanine placement
XDATA - June 3rd 2016
A total of nineteen backers bought $23.31 million worth of unregistered mezzanine securities issued by QADIUM. The company is anticipating to raise $26.41 million via the non-brokered private placement. The subscription started on May 20th according to the information disclosed. Based on the offering's structure, the company has until May 2017 to raise an extra $3.1 million. One prior placement was closed under regulation D by the company and raised an estimated $6 million.
QADIUM markets and develops analytics technology for handling large, heterogenous data streams comprised of multiple components. It provides global Internet sensing for industry leaders in financial services, auditing & consulting, retail, healthcare, defense, and insurance. It works with several US Government agencies. All of the company's work is defensive for critical infrastructure protection, and helping US service members avoid operational security risks. The company is backed by DARPA.
The company, headquartered in San Francisco CA, is led by Tim Junio (CEO). QADIUM kept its revenues undisclosed. The executive team includes Matthew Kraning. The board of directors includes David Dorman, Scott Sandell and Shaun Maguire.
The company has raised an estimated total of $29.31 million via private unregistered security offerings.
Offering recap Status: First close Company: QADIUM Industry: Other Technology Amount offered: $26.41 million Amount placed: $23.31 million SEC filing: Source First sale: 05-20-2016 Data as of: 06-03-2016