Fidelity Southern (LION) in Atlanta has filed documents that would allow it to issue up to $100 million in stock, warrants and debt.

The $2.6 billion-asset company said in a registration statement Thursday filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it could, over time, offer common and preferred stock, senior or subordinated debt and warrants.

Fidelity Southern said it could use any proceeds for general corporate purposes, including funding its bank and nonbank units, financing business expansion, or refinancing or extending the maturity of debt obligations and investments at the holding company level.

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