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Paladin Capital Group

Paladin Capital Group

Paladin Capital Group is investing in technologies, products, and services focused on commercial and governmental markets.

Paladin Capital Group is investing in technologies, products, and services focused on commercial and governmental markets. The firm was founded by Mark A. Maloney and Michael R. Steed, in 2001, in Washington, District of Columbia, United States.

The firm merges financial expertise with national security and technical competence to add value across a wide variety of market sectors. Paladin Capital Group is interested in companies that provide insurance and maintenance for autonomous driving vehicles, online security, and financing in energy industries.

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Brenda Chia

Director of Capital Development

Chris Inglis

Global Security Expert and Managing Director

Christopher Steed

Chief Investment Officer and Managing Director

Lt. Gen. (Ret) Kenneth A. Minihan

Managing Director

Mark Maloney

Co-Founder and Managing Director and Chief Compliance Officer

Michael Steed

Founder and Managing Partner

Paul Conley, PhD

Managing Director and Venture Studio Director

Richard Ledgett

Global Security Expert and Managing Director

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FinSMEs
April 26, 2021
FinSMEs
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Mike Butcher
April 12, 2021
TechCrunch
Cybersecurity training startup Hack The Box, which emerged originally from Greece, has raised a Series A investment round of $10.6 million, led by Paladin Capital Group and joined by Osage University Partners, Brighteye Ventures, and existing investors Marathon Venture Capital. It will use the funding to expand. Most recently it launched Hack The Box Academy. [...]
Mike Butcher
April 12, 2021
TechCrunch
Cybersecurity training startup Hack The Box, which emerged originally from Greece, has raised a Series A investment round of $10.6 million, led by Paladin Capital Group and joined by Osage University Partners, Brighteye Ventures, and existing investors Marathon Venture Capital. It will use the funding to expand. Most recently it launched Hack The Box Academy. [...]

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