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INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL OPPORTUNITIES

Smart Global Capital LLC specializes in funding, financing, consulting and deal flow both domestically and internationally. We assist companies large and middle market, private or public companies, in attaining their capital goals. Whether you are seeking capital, restructuring, acquiring companies or assets, going public, or wanting to expand, diverse platform of funding sources and assistance offers options and services unequal to others.

Smart Global Capital LLC’s main objective is focus on the solution to get the end result. Smart Global Capital LLC’s principals have vast experience in closing transaction in Latin America and building long-term standing relationships with clients, we focus on the transaction /client more than in the industry specifics, but we have been working in the following sectors lately: Energy, manufacturing, mining, infrastructure, business services, financial services, and others.

We typically look at transaction of minimum investment size of $10 million and above.”

Smart Global Capital works with a network of funding partners that can provide Capital or Debt for private companies, public companies (PIPEs) and other entities:

We mainly work with High Risk Capital Funds, as well as Family Owned Offices that Invest their Capital in a diverse areas of the market.

  • Equity

An equity fund is a mutual fund that invests principally in stocks it can be actively or passively managed. Equity funds are also known as Stock mutual funds, which are principally categorized according to company size, the investment style of the holdings in the portfolio and geography.

Types of Equity Funds
  • Growth Funds

Which Invests in larger, established but growing companies, they generally emphasize capital appreciation.

  • Small Company Funds

Which Invests in companies with relatively small market capitalizations.

  • Growth and Income Funds

Which Invests in larger, established companies that offer the potential for capital appreciation but also pay regular dividends.

  • Specialty Funds

Which Invest in stocks meeting certain criteria (such as geographic region, industry sector, social causes, etc.)

  • International Funds

Which Invest in foreign stocks.

  • Mezzanine Debt Financing

Mezzanine Financing serves to fill the “gap” that remains when a lender doesn’t want to extend themselves beyond a certain point—and where the common equity raised is insufficient to fill up the balance of the financing needed. Gap Financiers have learned to be comfortable with a position in the capital stack that is effectively subordinate to the senior mortgage loan, but superior to common equity.

  • Debt Financing

Is cash borrowed from a lender at a fixed rate of interest and with a predetermined maturity date. The principal must be paid back in full by the maturity date, but periodic repayments of principal may be part of the loan arrangement. Debt may take the form of a loan or the sale of bonds; the form itself does not change the principle of the transaction: the lender retains a right to the money lent and may demand it back under conditions specified in the borrowing arrangement.

  • Acquisition Finance

Capital that is obtained for the purpose of buying another business.

Types Of Acquisition Finance
  1. Stock Swap Transaction
  2. Acquisition Through Equity
  3. Cash Acquisition
  4. Acquisition Through Debt
  5. Leveraged Buyout
  6. Acquisition Through Mezzanine or Quasi Debt
  • Growth Capital

Popularly known as expansion capital is capital provided to relatively mature companies that require money to expand or restructure operations or explore and enter new markets.
So basically growth capital serves the purpose of facilitating target companies to accelerate growth.

  • Recapitalization

Is the process of restructuring a company’s debt and equity mixture, often to make a company’s capital structure more stable.

There are many reasons why a company may consider to undergo recapitalization including:

    • When share prices fall
    • To protect itself against a hostile takeover attempt
    • To reduce financial obligations and minimize taxes
    • Bankruptcy

 

  • Refinance

Occurs when a business revises the interest rate, payment schedule, and terms of a previous credit agreement. Debtors will often choose to refinance a loan agreement when the interest rate environment has substantially changed, causing potential savings on debt payments from a new agreement.

  • Independent Sponsor

An independent sponsor is an individual or small organization that identifies a target, whether it is a company or real estate, and then seeks a handful of investors, often a single investor, to provide the equity for the acquisition.

Industry Focus

Generalists, but with certain industry experience and expertise in sectors in which the firm has made prior transactions (energy, infrastructure, manufacturing, financial institutions, healthcare, oil and gas and
others). Smart Global Capital does not provide funding in operational turnaround or start-up businesses.

TYPES OF FOUNDING
  • Equity

An equity fund is a mutual fund that invests principally in stocks it can be actively or passively managed. Equity funds are also known as Stock mutual funds, which are principally categorized according to company size, the investment style of the holdings in the portfolio and geography.

Types of Equity Funds
  • Growth Funds

Which Invests in larger, established but growing companies, they generally emphasize capital appreciation.

  • Small Company Funds

Which Invests in companies with relatively small market capitalizations.

  • Growth and Income Funds

Which Invests in larger, established companies that offer the potential for capital appreciation but also pay regular dividends.

  • Specialty Funds

Which Invest in stocks meeting certain criteria (such as geographic region, industry sector, social causes, etc.)

  • International Funds

Which Invest in foreign stocks.

  • Mezzanine Debt Financing

Mezzanine Financing serves to fill the “gap” that remains when a lender doesn’t want to extend themselves beyond a certain point—and where the common equity raised is insufficient to fill up the balance of the financing needed. Gap Financiers have learned to be comfortable with a position in the capital stack that is effectively subordinate to the senior mortgage loan, but superior to common equity.

  • Debt Financing

Is cash borrowed from a lender at a fixed rate of interest and with a predetermined maturity date. The principal must be paid back in full by the maturity date, but periodic repayments of principal may be part of the loan arrangement. Debt may take the form of a loan or the sale of bonds; the form itself does not change the principle of the transaction: the lender retains a right to the money lent and may demand it back under conditions specified in the borrowing arrangement.

TRANSACTIONS TYPES
  • Acquisition Finance

Capital that is obtained for the purpose of buying another business.

Types Of Acquisition Finance
  1. Stock Swap Transaction
  2. Acquisition Through Equity
  3. Cash Acquisition
  4. Acquisition Through Debt
  5. Leveraged Buyout
  6. Acquisition Through Mezzanine or Quasi Debt
  • Growth Capital

Popularly known as expansion capital is capital provided to relatively mature companies that require money to expand or restructure operations or explore and enter new markets.
So basically growth capital serves the purpose of facilitating target companies to accelerate growth.

  • Recapitalization

Is the process of restructuring a company’s debt and equity mixture, often to make a company’s capital structure more stable.

There are many reasons why a company may consider to undergo recapitalization including:

    • When share prices fall
    • To protect itself against a hostile takeover attempt
    • To reduce financial obligations and minimize taxes
    • Bankruptcy

 

  • Refinance

Occurs when a business revises the interest rate, payment schedule, and terms of a previous credit agreement. Debtors will often choose to refinance a loan agreement when the interest rate environment has substantially changed, causing potential savings on debt payments from a new agreement.

  • Independent Sponsor

An independent sponsor is an individual or small organization that identifies a target, whether it is a company or real estate, and then seeks a handful of investors, often a single investor, to provide the equity for the acquisition.

INDUSTRIES FOCUS

Industry Focus

Generalists, but with certain industry experience and expertise in sectors in which the firm has made prior transactions (energy, infrastructure, manufacturing, financial institutions, healthcare, oil and gas and
others). Smart Global Capital does not provide funding in operational turnaround or start-up businesses.

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