World Affairs Councils of America Welcomes Broad Street Capital Group as National Affiliate Member and Sponsor

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

Broad Street Capital Group exploring expansion financing of healthcare projects in Kazakhstan

( 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.

U.S. EXIM Bank starts financing projects in Ukraine

The Export–Import Bank of the United States, which reopened its two programs in Ukraine after a five-year pause, started to register first transactions on certain projects.

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.

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Broad Street Capital Group to lead an international Trade Mission to Uzbekistan.

Fresh from its success of developing a pioneering $250 million, 20-year OPIC insured, capital markets financing, Broad Street Capital Group announced today that it will lead an international Trade Mission to Uzbekistan between September 5th and 9th, 2018.

 

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.

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Broad Street expands its risk mitigation services.

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.

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Broad Street Capital Group and GreenMax Capital Group join forces to develop and finance large-scale energy projects in Africa.

“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.
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Financing Feasibility Fund I (FI3F) – a $30 mil. Global Project Development Fund announced by the Broad Street Capital Group

Fresh from its recent success, as the Financial Developer of the $250 million OPIC insured capital markets financing for NAEK Energoatom of Ukraine, Broad Street Capital Group has fi3f_badgeannounced today that it will establish a $30 mil. Financing Feasibility Fund I (Fi3F™) – a global project development fund to provide feasibility grants and pre-financing development funding for qualified emerging markets’ OPIC-insured infrastructure projects to be financed in the US capital markets.
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Broad Street Capital Group – part of the Project Financing team, which successfully concluded a cutting-edge, OPIC insured, $250 million capital markets transaction, to finance spent nuclear fuel facility construction in Ukraine

Yesterday, at a historic ceremony near the White House, a Ukrainian State-owned enterprise, NAEK Energoatom, and a special purpose statutory Trust, have concluded a $250 million loan transaction to finance the bulk of a new Ukrainian Centralized Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility being built in the Chernobyl exclusionary zone.
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AMEX Export Import, the original Broad Street Capital Group member, announces a $20 million contract with SR Group of Bangladesh

AMEX Export Import, the original member of the Broad Street Capital Group, announced today that it has signed a $20 million contract to provide Supply and Export Management Services to the SR Chemical Group of Bangladesh for delivery of a 30,000 ton per year, caustic soda production facility, as well as of two more facilities for derivative product manufacturing.
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Broad Street Capital Group to Advise on $75 million financing for the Tier III Data Center Project

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).
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