Argyle Security secures $25M in financing

Oct. 7, 2008
Funds to be used to pay off debt, grow business

Argyle Security, a provider of solutions and services for the physical electronic security industry has announced that it has acquired loans from Chicago-based PrivateBank and Trust Company totaling $25 million.

According to a press release issued by the company regarding the financing, the funds will be used to settle existing debt, as well as for “working capital” and “general corporate purposes.”

In a prepared statement, Argyle Chairman and Co-CEO Bob Marbut said that the money would allow the company to grow its’ corrections and commercial businesses.

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