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Our financial structuring capabilities are based on extensive structuring experience gained in the corporate finance and project finance sectors in the US, Europe, and Middle East. Our capabilities in this area encompass:

  • Mergers, Acquisitions, & Divestitures
  • Joint Ventures
  • Financial Restructurings & Recapitulizations
  • Project Finance
  • Structured Finance (Securitization, Islamic Finance, etc...)
  • Privatizations (Advisors to Government & Private Sector Entities)
  • Real Estate Portfolio and Property Sales & Purchases
  • Private Placements of Equity and Debt Securities
  • Initial Public Offerings

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Our holistic approach to financial structuring takes into account fiscal, legal, business, and financial issues of relevance to the client and transaction in order to optimize its financial structure, with financial solutions structured across a broad range of financial products:

  • Equity
  • Preferred Equity
  • Mezzanine
  • Convertible Bonds
  • Bonds
  • Straight Debt
  • Islamic Products (i.e. Mudaraba, Musharaka, Morabaha, Ijara, Salam, Istisna, and Quard-Hasan)
Transactions are structured on the basis of three fundamental principles: value maximization, risk management and market segmentation.

Value Creation:
Creating value for the client and the company's shareholders is the ultimate objective of any assignment. This goal is achieved by assisting the client in the selection of the optimal business or development strategy for both the immediate and longer term future, and/or by advising on a financial, legal, and fiscal structure that will enhance shareholder returns.

Risk Management:
Risk is healthy if commensurate with the appropriate return. Risk comes in many forms, including development, operating, country, regulatory, market, and financial risks.

From the risk management perspective, ProFinance professionals have the experience to identify, analyze and structure around existing and foreseeable risks associated with a given deal, in this way protecting shareholders and lenders from future pitfalls which could be anticipated up front.

Market Segmentation:
Transactions are structured in line with our reading of the financial markets overall and of different market segments. Investor and lender appetites for risks and returns, as well as for specific industries and markets are key factors that are analyzed, assessed, and incorporated in the structuring and strategic positioning of transactions.