RALEIGH – The agriculture sector may soon have access to new investment capital and credit from a Raleigh-based company.

Tiverton Advisors disclosed in a securities filing Monday that it had raised $33.250,000 for its Tiverton AgriFinance II fund.

A separate filing says $26 million in equity was raised for Tiverton Ag Legacy Holdings.

The funding came from a mix of investors with “broad overlap” between the two funds, David Chattleton, who leads Tiverton Advisors, says.

Chattleton, a veteran executive with extensive contacts in the Triangle. He has served as managing director at Tiverton since 2013.

After spending nearly 10 years as a managing director at Morgan Stanley, Chattleton moved to International Farming Corporation in Kinston where he worked as chief strategic officer.

Chattleton signed the filings.

Tiverton is an investor in Raleigh-based agtech startup Growers Holdings.

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