On this historic day of the “Brexit” referendum, Broad Street Capital Group announced that it has been appointed as the exclusive financial adviser for for financing of a state-of-the-art data center in the Baltic States. The proposed $100 million project, called AmberCore DC, will launch in 2017 and will be financed through a combination of owner and investor equity, coupled with senior debt to be provided by the UK Export Finance (UKEF).
CBRE of London and PACT Consulting Inc., based in Bethesda, Md., have been selected as the data center’s marketing consultants and will be responsible for introducing anchor clients to the project.
“We are delighted to serve as the financiers for this project,” stated Alexander M. Gordin, Managing Director of Broad Street Capital Group. “With the worldwide explosion of cloud computing services, significant demand exists for quality data hosting facilities in emerging markets. Not only does the proposed project enjoy a strategic location and terrific connectivity, but it is also being developed by an experienced, highly reputable teleport operator and satellite services provider with a diverse international clientele. Despite strong geopolitical winds, which have slowed the project down over the last 24 months, the owners persevered and have remained completely committed to the project. “, said Gordin
“We aim to attract large European and US-based corporate customers from the IT, oil & gas and financial sectors. who are interested in a professional Tier III certified data center facility strategically located in close proximity to some of the fasted growing emerging markets,” said Vitaliy Malashevskiy, Director of Ambercore DC and a co-owner of Satgate UAB, the project’s sponsor.
The AmberCore DC project will be the second high-tech facility in the Baltic States for the SatGate Group. It will be scalable up to 30MW of power and 5,000 racks, due to the modular design approach, which will utilize the latest cooling technologies to maximize the efficiency and minimize power consumption.
“This project will showcase the latest technological advances, and will open up a superb opportunity for UK and U.S. cooperation with the Baltic region countries,” Gordin added.
About Ambercore DC – a project company formed to develop a TIER III data center strategically located in the Baltics. To date, the project’s sponsors have invested over $6 million in property acquisition, design, engineering, development, certification and marketing of the project. The design has been certified TIER III by the Uptime institute. It is the only facility in Europe with proprietary access to an adjacent uplink/downlink teleport facility, which has been developed and is being operated by its parent company – Satgate UAB
About Satgate UAB – SatGate UAB is a leading satellite services provider, based in Lithuania. Operating a unique satellite teleport facility located near of Vilnius, SatGate provides a full range of satellite communication services in Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia to ISPs, telecoms, the oil and gas industry, and other corporate and private customers. SatGate integrates and manages turn-key communication solutions of any complexity. For more information, please visit http://www.satgate.net
About Broad Street Capital Group-Based in the World Trade Center’s Freedom Tower in New York City’s financial district, Broad Street Capital Group is an international private merchant bank, which since 1988 has served several foreign governments, multiple state-owned companies, as well as SMEs in emerging markets. The Firm focuses on arranging project financing in the $50-500 million range, providing political risk mitigation, export management services and cross-border market development advisory. Although the Firm has clients ranging from Bangladesh to Oklahoma, its primarily geographic focus is on the countries of Eastern and Central Europe and Central Asia.
The firm works closely with all trade and development agencies of the U.S. Government and Export Credit Agencies of several European and North American countries. Since its inception, Broad Street Capital Group has been involved in multiple high-profile cross-border transactions in IT/telecom, aerospace, healthcare, energy generation, food security, nuclear safety, hospitality and franchising sectors. The firm’s current advisory portfolio exceeds $675 million. For more information, please visit www.broadstreetcap.com, or contact Rustem Tursynov at email@example.com