Liquidity Group, a global capital market credit automation company and fund manager in the US, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, has received $775 million in capital commitments led by funds and entities managed by affiliates of Apollo, a global alternative asset manager.

Founded in 2018, the Liquidity Group maintains offices in Tel Aviv, Abu Dhabi, London, New York and Singapore.

Using proprietary artificial intelligence that performs due diligence within 72 hours vs. an industry norm of six to 12 weeks, Liquidity has provided more than $1 billion in capital to companies, including eToro and Zetwerk.

The new financial commitments include $425 million from Apollo Funds for a credit facility to help Liquidity scale its lending activity for late-stage technology companies; $300 million from MUFG Bank for a debt fund JV named Mars Growth Capital, investing in future unicorns; and a $50 million SAFE (simple agreement for future equity) note investment by Apollo Funds, MUFG Innovation Partners and Spark Capital.

“The new capital partnership with Apollo and the continued and successful partnership with MUFG is validation of our founding vision to use artificial intelligence to transform the capital markets,” said Ron Daniel, cofounder and CEO of Liquidity Group.

“Our patented technology offers unparalleled insight into private growth companies and enables robust predictions about their future. Working with Apollo will allow us to continue our own expansion, fund more companies, and provide reliable returns on investment to our partners.”