Iron Leaf Capital IPO Brings "Green Companies" to Entrex
Chicago, IL – July 5, 2007 – Iron Leaf Capital , a business development corporation making investments into a diverse portfolio of private companies, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Entrex, Inc., to provide quarterly valuation and reporting services for their holdings.
The pending IPO is expected to raise approximately $100M to deploy into a portfolio comprised of "Positive Impact" companies -- which marks the first instance of equity from private companies in this "green" sector being available to retail stock market investors.
According to SEC filings, Iron Leaf Capital defines Positive Impact as " ... businesses that are included in the LOHAS [Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability] sector, as defined by NMI [Natural Marketing Institute]. In addition ... service and technology companies that serve the LOHAS and social capitalism sectors ... companies involved with the restoration of the planet, such as environmental remediation and finance, water purification and sourcing, as well as alternative energy or 'clean-tech' industries, or companies with interests in technologies that serve these industries."
Entrex, a name derived from "Entrepreneurial Exchange," is a marketplace where investors can find, research, track, manage and invest in private companies. Their representatives and company materials maintain that they are neutral to the deal process as they are not a broker-dealer themselves nor an investment adviser.
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