Sunday, January 1, 2017

Global Private Group Provides $758MM Facility to Oilfield Service

Global Private Group Provides $758MM Facility to Oilfield Service Global Private Group provided a senior secured credit facility to a major oilfield service company. The company is a provider of oil and gas field equipment for the oil and gas production industry, and has plans to develop midstream assets over the next three to four years, including gas and oil gathering, processing and NGL transportation. The secured credit facility includes a term loan, a revolver and amounts to $758 million.

Global Private Group refinances wind projects

Global Private Group refinances wind projects 2016-10-21 Print Global Private Group has completed the refinancing of five operational wind projects in Europe, a USD93 million long term debt facility was provided. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Global Private Group has completed the refinancing of five operational wind projects in Europe, a USD93 million long term debt facility was provided. The wind portfolio is located throughout Europe and the projects have been operational for three years on average. The projects benefit from a 17-year power purchase agreement and long-term operations and maintenance arrangements. “We are very pleased to refinance this wind portfolio on behalf of our clients. This transaction represents our continued focus on enhancing the value of our renewable power investments, where Global Private Group has over USD4.5 billion of assets under management,” says managing director and head of renewable power for Europe at Global Private Group. “We are delighted to continue our highly valued relationship with Global Private Group through the refinancing of this wind portfolio. The successful closing of this transaction reaffirms Global Private Group’s reputation as highly credible lender in the renewable energy market and contributes to Global Private Group’s aim to be a leading lender in financing sustainable transactions for our clients.” Global Private Group is one of the largest and most experienced project finance groups in the world compromising more than 300 dedicated specialists in our offices worldwide who are fully qualified to provide financial services and products. Stable financing, efficient execution, expert solutions and customer service are how we help clients succeed. Our broad range of lending products in the areas of corporate lending and investment banking, combined with access to strong capital base; allows us to execute financing that supports your business objectives. Our deal professionals' industry expertise and attention to your goals during every step of the loan process allows us to offer solutions that help you achieve success. Contact Info Global Private Group Global Private Group 730 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10019 USA Phone: (888) 249-0213 Website:

Global Private Group Business Name: Global Private Group Contact Person: Tammy Silverstein Full Name Report Business Location: 730 Fifth Avenue, New York City, NY 10019 Phone #: (888) 249-0213 Full Phone Report Web Address:  Category of Business: Location Category: Single Location Market Type: B2B (Business to Business) Year Founded: 1990 Revenue Per annum: Over $1 Billion This company is called Global Private Group and provides under the SIC code and NAICS code . Founded in 1990, Global Private Group has been committing to B2B market variables, moving on to making Over $1 Billion of annual revenue. The company has grown to a size of 1 to 4 employees and can be reached by contacting Tammy Silverstein Full Name Report through phone number (888) 249-0213 Full Phone Report. To learn more about Global Private Group’s products and/or services, visit the website or the social media accounts on Twitter and on Facebook. Its Single Location is located at 730 Fifth Avenue, New York City, 10019

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Qatar, Philippines Agree To $1 Billion Investment Fund

Qatar Holding LLC reached an agreement this week with the government of the Philippines to bring a $1 billion investment fund to the country's disposal this year. The project finance fund will help the Philippines pay to open up new trade partnerships and start infrastructure and public works projects the country hopes to bring online in the next few years.

Qatar Holding LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), specializes in strategic private and public equity as well as in other direct investments, according to the agency’s Web site. The company signed a memorandum of understanding along with the investment fund deal declaring that the fund would conduct an investigation into possible investment projects across the Philippines.

“There is a provision there which says that parties would explore investment opportunities in the Philippines in various sectors including but not limited to natural resources, commodities, energy, agriculture, infrastructure, and to study the establishment of the fund,” Philippines Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said in a statement on the proposed fund last week.

This fund and the subsequent studies stemming from it will likely open up project financing opportunities across the Philippines for companies and individuals looking to diversify portfolios through international financial management. From infrastructure to alternative energy funds across the world, Qatar will soon begin to look for additional funders interested in getting involved in the Philippine economy.

Not all of the projects the fund will tackle will make immediate money. Many of the projects—infrastructure, agriculture—are not expected to turn a profit in the near future. Whether you are an experienced investor or working with a portfolio management firm, there will likely be competition for the more quick-turn investments. But by planning a long-term financial strategy, your financial advisors can show you a path to long-term growth in these foreign markets. Recommendations are expected to change as more news comes out about funding priorities for the Philippines government.

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Monday, April 9, 2012

Challenger For World Bank Presidency Demands Merit-Based Nomination

With the resignation of World Bank president Robert Zoellick coming up in June, the United States nominated Dartmouth College president Jim Yong Kim to take the top spot at the international financial management agency. But from elsewhere in the world, credible challenges are contesting U.S. supremacy as leader of the World Bank.

Angola, Nigeria and South Africa endorsed the nomination of Nigerian Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, a respected economist and diplomat. Largely responsible for creating emerging economies across Africa with sterling portfolio management and partnering with private investment banking, Okonio-Iweala's supporters say her presidency would support transparency and add a merit-based component to the process.

Brazil has thrown their support behind former Colombian finance minister Jose Antonio Ocampo. While Ocampo's credentials are strong, his country is focusing on nominating a member to the International Labor Organization.

Jim Yong Kim's presidency is thought to be a foregone conclusion, as an American has held the reins of the World Bank since it was established at the end of World War Two.

While there has typically been agreement that America and western powers in Europe vote for an American for the World Bank and a European for the IMF, many financial professionals in public and private sectors have called for a more merit-based system. According to Reuters, Fredrik Erixon, director of the Brussels-based European Center for International Political Economy called for the candidates to be questioned as to what they would do to improve the World Bank throughout their term.

"They should in particular be asked how they want to reform the World Bank to revitalize its role for economic development,” Erixon said.

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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Need Structured Financing Assistance? We Can Help!

Structured financing may seem very complex to those who are unfamiliar with the business world, but in reality, it's easier to understand than you might think. Structured financing is a generalized term that is used to define a sector of finance that is created to transfer risk and avoid certain complex laws. The reasons behind structured financing are varied. A few of the common reasons why structured financing is sought by a corporation include finding an alternate funding method, better utilization of current funds, or reducing credit or risk management reduction with the corporation.

A financial management company like ours is usually consulted by a corporation to guide them in structured financing. Our experience in the industry along with our expert staff is here to give advice that can help our clients meet their goals as we strive to build a long-term lasting relationship with our clients. We are very direct and honest with all our clients, as we feel this is the only way to build a foundation for a strong relationship that will last.

The information we provide on complex structured financing issues can affect everyone from large corporations to small business owners. Some issues that we give consulting on range from a financial transaction that might impact the organization, a company merger, or wealth management. We approach each situation individually in order to provide the most specific information and advice. Our trained staff of professionals will review your financial situation and revise your financial plans while giving you timely advice.

We strive to work hard and understand our clients' needs and requirements, and are strongly committed to providing the best advice and tools for our clients to succeed. If you need help with structured financing, contact us today.


Thursday, March 1, 2012

2012 Market Predictions From Top Portfolio Managers

With the first quarter of 2012 upon us and the stock market showing no signs of leveling out, companies are looking to portfolio management professionals to protect their investments against market volatility. Just a few months after these corporate finance professionals issued their predictions for 2012, some of their prophecies are already coming true.

Daptiv Portfolio Management, Seattle, WA:
Financial experts at Daptiv predicted that business uncertainty would continue, becoming the "new normal." They also predicted that portfolio managers would begin to take a more holistic view of a company’s assets. Using PPM tools to manage end-to-end service portfolios, product delivery, application lifecycle management, and change management programs, companies could face a more diversified, volatile marketplace in a variety of new ways, leaving no stone unturned.

But while companies struggle to keep heads above water in a still-recovering economy, portfolio managers will need to re-establish their worth. This will involve managers building in accountability guidelines and creating adaptable planning frameworks so that companies not only see what you have done, but also where you are going at all times.

BOK Financial Corp, Tulsa, OK: Jim Huntzinger, Executive VP and CEO of BOK Financial told Tulsa World that he foresees continued volatility for the market in 2012. "There were 49 times last year that 90 percent of the daily trading volume was either up or down," he said. "A normal year might find five days that the volume is all in one direction."

Huntzinger notes that many investors have become risk-averse and, while 2009 and 2010 were great return years, many investors missed them because they had moved money over to bonds. Look for that to continue on a broad scale. But portfolio managers believe that, even with this volatility, they can help customers find less risky investments to get some investors back in the game in 2012.

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