Joint Venture Funding
funding is where we would support a particular project for One Hundred percent (100%) funding and the partner in the Joint
Venture would provide the acceptable collateral toward the Joint Venture. An example would be a secured collateral financial
instrument of twenty to thirty-five percent (20% to 35%) or more and we , as JV partners would fund the rest of the project.
The JV partner's collateral would be returned at the end of the project and each partner would hold established and arranged
project equity. The project loan would be repaid over a negotiated period of time from the project proceeds.
The JV partner would also be the operations
partner, managing the venture or an agreed and approved experienced management entity selected by the JV partners. The JV
would have an selected Board of Directors to oversee management of the overall JV corporate.
These opportunities could be under
a JV arrangement or self standing for an additional expansion to an existing corporate. If the corporate has partial funds
and resources to make partial payment for the desired acquisition expansion and require additional funds to enhance their
credit position, then these structures can be accomplished provided the criteria to structure such an arrangement can be accomplished.
Acquitions are usually a major step to be taken and do require expertise
to structure. We welcome proposals to come forward on these opportunities.
Private Project Funding (PPP)
These opportunities are common when Government Projects are involved.
The involvement can be infrastructure projects, educational facilities, real estate build and lease and many othere types
of scenarios where the Government may not wish to extend their cash resources into capital expenditures and favor a long term
payment plan. Some Public Private Projects involve a similar structure as common Joint Ventures, but other PPP's involve
an expiring term of time for the project to be turned back to Government retained assets. We welcome these projects as benificial
for all parties; the Private Sector and the Government entity.