(December 2, 2019, New York City, NY) In an effort to streamline its legal operations and to manage international due diligence and compliance processes for the $1.2 billion of financing transactions in its pipeline, Broad Street Capital Group announced today that it has retained Alex Lipman of Lipman law PLLC, to provide general counsel services. Alex Lipman has also joined Broad Street as an Advisory Board Member.
About a month ago, during a Washington round-table on Ukraine hosted by the US-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), someone asked me what do my colleagues and I expect from the new President of Ukraine and his administration? My answer, which was picked up by the Voice of America and other publications, was essentially – I have no idea. But since we have been and continue to be bullish on the Ukraine for almost twenty five years, our strategy is to move forward despite the political climates, as we always hope for sunny investment weather, but carry a sturdy umbrella in case it starts to rain.
Well, it is raining now. Raining hard and much sooner than expected.
The events of this passed week have created a vicious firestorm with “Ukraine” being mentioned practically non-stop. In this post I will not address the politics of the situation, as this has been done by practically every major media outlet in the world ad nauseam. My focus will be on business opportunities and financing tools available to those wishing to invest into the Ukrainian economy, as despite this week’s “torrential downpour” nothing has fundamentally changed to make Ukraine a less attractive place to invest.
On September 12th at 12 noon, Broad Street Capital Group, along with UkrGasBank, will present its Fluent In EXIM workshop at the -Ukraine Business Council’s(USUBC) meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine. The presentation will focus on teaching American and Ukrainian companies on how to realistically mitigate trade risks and obtain financing for their projects and supply of goods and services. Those interested in attending, email firstname.lastname@example.org #ukraine #exim #fluentinexim #broadstreetcapitalgroup #ukrgasbank #exports #tradefacilitation #tradecreditinsurance #business #USUBC #USEXIM #internationaltrade #internationalbusiness
УКРГАЗБАНК обрав Broad Street Capital Group – міжнародний приватний торговий банк Нью-Йорку – своїм консультантом з розширення американсько-українських торговельних операцій та співпраці з американським Експортно-імпортним банком (US Exim).
«Ми зробили вибір на користь Broad Street, адже це компанія з 25-річним досвідом на українському ринку. Крім того, фахівці цієї установи – експерти з питань прямих іноземних інвестицій, транскордонних ринків, а також стратегій торговельного фінансування в країнах з економікою, що розвивається. Тож ми впевнені у плідному результаті нашої співпраці», – зазначив Голова Правління УКРГАЗБАНКУ Кирило Шевченко.
Washington, DC, May 14, 2019 — The World Affairs Councils of America (WACA) is pleased to announce that Broad Street Capital Group has joined WACA as a National Affiliate Member, sponsor of the WACA National Conference, and member of its prestigious 1918 Society.
Broad Street’s expertise in advising on foreign direct investment (FDI) strategies in emerging and frontier market countries and WACA’s ability to convene foreign government leaders and influential audiences through its extensive network of more than 90 World Affairs Councils across the United States will provide a powerful platform for U.S. companies targeting investment opportunities and seeking policy and regulatory knowledge in these markets.
Broad Street will tap the WACA platform to conduct a national tour to educate potential U.S. investors on available U.S. Government financing options, as well as political and trade risk mitigation tools. WACA will assist Broad Street in organizing bilateral trade missions and curated foreign policy tours to highlight economic advantages of the target markets and to facilitate trade and investment opportunities.Continue reading
( Nursultan, KZ April 16th, 2019) As the team from the Broad Street Capital Group traveled through Central Asia on its second trade mission, one of the highlights was meeting Hon. William Moser, US Ambassador to Kazakhstan, during an exploratory visit to newly built UMIT – the state-of-the-art radiation therapy center is run by Dr. Bageizhin and Dr. Daniel Fass of the Princeton Healthcare Alliance. The center features US manufactured equipment and trains its specialists in Madison, Wis.
Radiation oncology center expansion is among the projects, which Broad Street Capital Group has under consideration for financing.
Alex Gordin, Managing Director of Broad Street Capital Group, told Ukrinform on Tuesday after a meeting organized by the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) in Washington.
According to Gordin, after EXIM officially resumed two programs in Ukraine in December 2018, it is now engaged in processing a package of first transactions. In particular, this concerns the projects on the creation of solar power plants.
The goal of the Trade Mission is to identify and engage large project development and financing opportunities in the areas of health care, distributed and renewable energy generation, agriculture, ICT and aerospace.
Broad Street Capital Group (BSCG) proudly announces the formation of the Broad Street Risk Mitigation LTD., which will serve as the Group’s risk mitigation and insurance specialist.
Broad Street Risk Mitigation will focus on originating and placing complex Political Risk Insurance (PRI) Transactions, as well as on trade finance, export credit, freight and travel medical insurance for project teams.
“We are excited to announce a new partnership with Broad Street Capital Group (BSCG), a New York based emerging markets focused merchant bank. BSCG has recently led a landmark transaction in Ukraine that is a game-changer for enabling financing of parastatal and direct state sponsored infrastructure projects. The facility is a US OPIC wrapped bond issue that for the first time offers 100% long-term debt financing at very low financing rates.” wrote Cliff Aron, Managing Principal at GreenMax.