Surgical device firm lines up $4M raise

aegis spine ftdA Greenwood Village medical hardware company is trying to prove it has the backbone to raise $4 million, according to a recent SEC filing.

Aegis Spine is raising the money to pay off debts incurred from buying medical supplies, the company said.

The subsidy of Korean company L&K Biomed develops spine implants.

“We did a capital increase to pay off our debt to our parent company,” said Julie Lee, Aegis’ accountant.  “This is a very private capital increase. All the investors are mainly Korean investors at our parent company.”

Aegis was founded in Greenwood Village in 2009.

aegis spine ftdA Greenwood Village medical hardware company is trying to prove it has the backbone to…

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