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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U.S. Sen. Shaheen Praises FlexEnergy, Distributed Generating Co., as they Ink $400 Million Export Deal – Slated to create over 120 jobs

Exporting is one of the greatest opportunities for small businesses to grow their companies, tap into new markets and succeed in the global economy,” said United States Senator [Jeanne] Shaheen of New Hampshire (D). “FlexEnergy is a model for how to capitalize on export initiatives to create New Hampshire jobs.”
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Satgate UAB Selects Broad Street Capital Group to Advise on $60 million Tier III Data Center Project Planned for Baltic Region

(New York City) Satgate UAB of Vilnius, Lithuania announced today that it selected Broad Street Capital Group as its exclusive financial advisor for development of a state-of-the-art data center in the Baltic States. The proposed $60 million project called Amber Core DC will launch in November and will be financed through a combination of owner and investor equity, combined with senior debt from commercial banks and U.S. export trade finance.
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Business Finance – How to Find Financing for an Overseas Venture

Alexander Gordin, Managing Director, published this informational article in Business Finance. The introduction and link to the article are below:

Several years ago, after the fall of the Soviet Union, I was contacted by the CEO of a U.S. telecom company seeking to build an advanced wireless communication network across multiple regions of Russia. He contacted Broad Street Capital, where I am the managing director, to help secure financing.
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NYEnterprise – Upside vs. Downside of Doing Business in Emerging Markets

Alexander Gordin, Managing Director, published this informational article in NY Enterprise. The introduction and link to the article are below:

President Obama has been leading the charge to increase exports as a highly effective way to boost our nation’s economy. I very much agree with this initiative and firmly believe that U.S. companies have superb potential in selling their goods and services overseas. Many foreign markets, especially those in emerging and transitioning countries, offer attractive opportunities for profit, market positioning and growth.
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Industry Week – Growth in Emerging Economies Spells Opportunities

Alexander Gordin, Managing Director, published this informational article in Industry Week. The introduction and link to the article are below:

As the world is slowly but surely emerging from the viselike grip of the global financial crisis, American manufacturers are presented with an unprecedented opportunity to enter a great number of rapidly growing foreign markets. Many of the emerging markets of Eastern and Central Europe, Central and South Asia and Latin America have been severely affected by the crisis, but have recently resumed or are about to pick up where they left off with their blistering growth. Industries such as alternative-energy generation, agriculture, communications, aviation, road construction, and health care are booming, along with many others.
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