Shojin Property Partners is looking to raise more than £8m through a Series A funding round that could pave the way for a stock market listing.
The equity raise will be made available on the peer-to-peer property lender’s own investor portal.
The platform said in a note inviting investors to pre-register that £1.72m will be offered to “early bird” investors at a 10 per cent discount to valuation.
A further £1.56m will be offered to other investors.
It is also looking to raise £5m privately from family offices or institutions that it said “can bring additional value through ongoing support networks and contacts.”
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“Shojin last raised external funding three years ago and has hit many milestones since then, including moving into profitability in 2020,” the platform’s note said.
“We are now preparing to raise, what should be, our final private funding round before listing and invite you to join us.
“This is a unique opportunity to invest early into a business that is on an exponential growth trajectory and has its ambitions set on building the next British unicorn in the proptech sector.”
Jatin Ondhia, chief executive and co-founder of Shojin Property Partners, revealed some the platform’s fundraising plans to Peer2Peer Finance News earlier this month.