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Betteridge Greenwich New
• Sep 17, 2019

Jeweler receives $20 million revolver for new technology and inventory and store remodel

TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, announced it acted as sole lead arranger on the funding of a $20 million revolving line of credit for Betteridge Jewelers Group. The company will use the proceeds to refinance an existing revolver and for additional growth capital.

"Betteridge is a 120-year-old family owned business and has a long history of offering highly sought-after watches and jewelry, and we are honored to be a part of their story as their new bank," said Joseph Nemia, Head of Asset-Based Lending, TD Bank. "TD Bank's asset-based lending business supports clients through all phases of the business cycle, and we will continue to support Betteridge as they grow."

Betteridge offers high-end jewelry, branded and pre-owned watches, silver and estate jewelry. The Company operates four luxury retail jewelry stores with a flagship store in Greenwich, Connecticut and e-commerce through TD Bank's financing will enable Betteridge to implement new technology, purchase additional inventory and revamp the design of existing retail locations.

"TD Bank provided us with strategic growth capital," said Terry Betteridge, CEO of Betteridge Jewelers Group. "Having a financial institution with retail expertise, who deeply understands our business, capital needs, and convenient store locations, will be instrumental as we execute our growth and expansion plan going forward."

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