Veratect Secures $4.2M Debt

Xconomy Seattle — 

Veratect, the Kirkland, WA-based company that tracks emerging health threats like swine flu, has raised $4.2 million out of $5 million debt financing, according to an amended regulatory filing today. The filing doesn’t say who invested, but the company’s list of directors includes William Savoy, the former manager of billionaire Paul Allen’s Vulcan investment portfolio and Lee Huntsman, the executive director of the Washington Life Sciences Discovery Fund. A spokesperson for the company didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.