Montague Capital Partners, which touts itself as a venture capital and advisory services firm, has raised $2.5 million in funding and is seeking more.

Montague has offices in Durham and New York.

According to a filing with the SEC, Montague listed itself as a “hedge fund” and “pooled investment fund.”

“Our investment partners have a long history and deep experience in working closely with wealthy families, endowments and sovereign funds,” Montague says on its website. “By providing the highest level of service and seamless access to the resources, knowledge and the best ideas Main and Wall street have to offer, we provide support that contributes to building highly valued, long-term relationships with clients.”

The company has raised its money from 15 individuals in increments of at least $100,000. It is seeking additional funding, according to the filing.

Montague listed an aggregate net value of between $1 and $5 million.

The founder and managing partner of the firm is Denis Kalenja.

A holder of an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Kalenja was chief executive officer of Albinvest, a government agency of Albania for three years, according to the firm’s website.

Two other men are listed a senior consultants.

Six people are listed as members of Montague’s Energy Practice.