Chicago, Illinois – May 25, 2018; City Capital Advisors, a Chicago-based middle market investment bank, is pleased to announce that it acted as exclusive financial advisor to ForeverCar in a $4 million equity financing round.
The investment includes additional follow on equity participation of $4 million from existing investors CMFG Ventures, which is the venture capital arm of CUNA Mutual Group, Method Capital LLC, SAP Fieldglass Founder and former CEO Jai Shekhawat, and other existing investors.
With this new infusion of capital, ForeverCar will expand their direct-to-consumer and business-to-business marketing, sales, and servicing capabilities.
ForeverCar has raised nearly $30 million in funding to date. The company’s vehicle service platform operates across all fifty states.
ForeverCar is a leading technology platform revolutionizing the car repair industry. By selling vehicle service contracts to consumers directly and through reputable brands, ForeverCar has created a unique, transparent and full-service solution for car owners whose vehicles are not covered by the manufacturer warranty. Founded in 2012 and recognized for their exceptional customer service, ForeverCar has earned more than 600 four and five-star consumer reviews and has received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. The ForeverCar platform powers transactions on behalf of Liberty Mutual, CUNA Mutual Group and other partners. For more information, please visit www.forevercar.com.
About City Capital Advisors
City Capital Advisors, a FINRA registered broker-dealer, is a results-oriented investment banking advisory firm. Each of City Capital’s Managing Directors has more than 20 years of investment banking experience, offering clients the judgment and transaction management expertise honed from successfully executing more than $60 billion of collective merger and capital market transactions. Client engagements are managed exclusively by experienced senior investment bankers, allowing business owners to capture maximum value for their companies and to exceed shareholder objectives.