Infrastructure Finance

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture rais­es cap­i­tal for project spon­sors. The firm pro­vides a com­pre­hen­sive cor­po­rate finance func­tion to finance infra­struc­ture projects.

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture rais­es cap­i­tal for project spon­sors. The firm pro­vides a com­pre­hen­sive cor­po­rate finance func­tion to finance infra­struc­ture projects.

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture rais­es cap­i­tal for project spon­sors. The firm pro­vides a com­pre­hen­sive cor­po­rate finance func­tion to finance infra­struc­ture projects.

Equity Finance

Equity Finance

Equity Finance

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture rais­es equi­ty for infra­struc­ture projects. This includes equi­ty cap­i­tal rais­es on direct invest­ments and for co-investments. 

The firm’s ana­lysts spend time research­ing and under­stand­ing the invest­ment pro­pos­als and appraise the oppor­tu­ni­ties for an equi­ty cap­i­tal raise. All invest­ments pre­sent­ed to the firm are bench­marked against a range of infra­struc­ture KPI met­rics. Our sec­tor ana­lysts deter­mine, on an objec­tive basis, how and whether the invest­ment is expect­ed to per­form against com­pa­ra­ble trans­ac­tions and funds. Once the ana­lysts have formed an opin­ion on the invest­ment pro­pos­al, this analy­sis is pre­sent­ed to the firm’s Invest­ment Board.

The Invest­ment Board con­sists of infra­struc­ture exec­u­tives who have sub­stan­tive expe­ri­ence in review­ing such invest­ments by sec­tor and geog­ra­phy. After the Invest­ment Board meets to dis­cuss the pro­pos­al, they will either:

  1. Accept the man­date to act as the project sponsor’s cor­po­rate finance advi­sor or an advi­sor to the asset man­ag­er for an equi­ty raise; or 
  2. Require the project spon­sor or asset man­ag­er to take fur­ther action for an equi­ty raise to be suit­able for insti­tu­tion­al investors or strate­gic investors; or
  3. Decline the man­date for an equi­ty raise by the firm as the invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ty did not meet this fir­m’s bench­marks to pass for a cap­i­tal raise to insti­tu­tion­al investors. 

The Invest­ment Board accepts man­dates that will meet the invest­ment cri­te­ria of insti­tu­tion­al investors. The Invest­ment Board is sat­is­fied that if a man­date is accept­ed, Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture, the firm, is con­fi­dent that it will achieve a suc­cess­ful cap­i­tal raise. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture rais­es equi­ty for infra­struc­ture projects. This includes equi­ty cap­i­tal rais­es on direct invest­ments and for co-investments. 

The firm’s ana­lysts spend time research­ing and under­stand­ing the invest­ment pro­pos­als and appraise the oppor­tu­ni­ties for an equi­ty cap­i­tal raise. All invest­ments pre­sent­ed to the firm are bench­marked against a range of infra­struc­ture KPI met­rics. Our sec­tor ana­lysts deter­mine, on an objec­tive basis, how and whether the invest­ment is expect­ed to per­form against com­pa­ra­ble trans­ac­tions and funds. Once the ana­lysts have formed an opin­ion on the invest­ment pro­pos­al, this analy­sis is pre­sent­ed to the firm’s Invest­ment Board.

The Invest­ment Board con­sists of infra­struc­ture exec­u­tives who have sub­stan­tive expe­ri­ence in review­ing such invest­ments by sec­tor and geog­ra­phy. After the Invest­ment Board meets to dis­cuss the pro­pos­al, they will either:

  1. Accept the man­date to act as the project sponsor’s cor­po­rate finance advi­sor or an advi­sor to the asset man­ag­er for an equi­ty raise; or 
  2. Require the project spon­sor or asset man­ag­er to take fur­ther action for an equi­ty raise to be suit­able for insti­tu­tion­al investors or strate­gic investors; or
  3. Decline the man­date for an equi­ty raise by the firm as the invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ty did not meet this fir­m’s bench­marks to pass for a cap­i­tal raise to insti­tu­tion­al investors. 

The Invest­ment Board accepts man­dates that will meet the invest­ment cri­te­ria of insti­tu­tion­al investors. The Invest­ment Board is sat­is­fied that if a man­date is accept­ed, Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture, the firm, is con­fi­dent that it will achieve a suc­cess­ful cap­i­tal raise. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture rais­es equi­ty for infra­struc­ture projects. This includes equi­ty cap­i­tal rais­es on direct invest­ments and for co-investments. 

The firm’s ana­lysts spend time research­ing and under­stand­ing the invest­ment pro­pos­als and appraise the oppor­tu­ni­ties for an equi­ty cap­i­tal raise. All invest­ments pre­sent­ed to the firm are bench­marked against a range of infra­struc­ture KPI met­rics. Our sec­tor ana­lysts deter­mine, on an objec­tive basis, how and whether the invest­ment is expect­ed to per­form against com­pa­ra­ble trans­ac­tions and funds. Once the ana­lysts have formed an opin­ion on the invest­ment pro­pos­al, this analy­sis is pre­sent­ed to the firm’s Invest­ment Board.

The Invest­ment Board con­sists of infra­struc­ture exec­u­tives who have sub­stan­tive expe­ri­ence in review­ing such invest­ments by sec­tor and geog­ra­phy. After the Invest­ment Board meets to dis­cuss the pro­pos­al, they will either:

  1. Accept the man­date to act as the project sponsor’s cor­po­rate finance advi­sor or an advi­sor to the asset man­ag­er for an equi­ty raise; or 
  2. Require the project spon­sor or asset man­ag­er to take fur­ther action for an equi­ty raise to be suit­able for insti­tu­tion­al investors or strate­gic investors; or
  3. Decline the man­date for an equi­ty raise by the firm as the invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ty did not meet this fir­m’s bench­marks to pass for a cap­i­tal raise to insti­tu­tion­al investors. 

The Invest­ment Board accepts man­dates that will meet the invest­ment cri­te­ria of insti­tu­tion­al investors. The Invest­ment Board is sat­is­fied that if a man­date is accept­ed, Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture, the firm, is con­fi­dent that it will achieve a suc­cess­ful cap­i­tal raise. 

Debt Finance / Refinance 

Debt Finance / Refinance 

Debt Finance / Refinance 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture facil­i­tates both debt rais­es and refi­nanc­ing arrange­ments for infra­struc­ture assets. This may relate to project finance or to oper­at­ing assets. As a spe­cial­ist infra­struc­ture financier, Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture can finance projects with debt from local, nation­al, and inter­na­tion­al banks, and pri­vate debt funds. The firm uses its rela­tion­ships from pri­or trans­ac­tions to bring coop­er­a­tive lenders togeth­er so that the pro­vi­sion of struc­tured debt is deliv­ered quick­ly and at com­pet­i­tive rates. 

The cost of cap­i­tal, tenor, and con­di­tions that the facil­i­ty will be lent on, can be altered depend­ing on the lender’s appetite towards risk in the spe­cif­ic coun­try, sub­sec­tor, borrower’s expe­ri­ence, borrower’s bal­ance sheet, or fore­cast­ed cash flows, among oth­er factors. 

What makes Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture unique is the mar­ket knowl­edge the firm has and the rela­tion­ships it main­tains with main­stream and spe­cial­ist infra­struc­ture lenders ‑ some of which are not com­mon­ly known in the mar­ket. The firm does not have a spec­i­fied restric­tion on any juris­dic­tion. Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture has exper­tise in: 

  • Sourc­ing the low­est cost of cap­i­tal, with favourable lend­ing terms, from a range of lenders for refi­nanc­ing or non-com­plex transactions. 
  • Offer­ing more com­plex cap­i­tal struc­tures access to spe­cial­ist lenders, who have an appetite for unique infra­struc­ture financ­ing and spe­cial sit­u­a­tions. This allows us to offer more bespoke solutions.

The trans­ac­tions team reviews the debt require­ment and sup­ports the client in prepar­ing the busi­ness case appro­pri­ate­ly before it is pre­sent­ed to the select­ed, appro­pri­ate lenders. The trans­ac­tions team man­ages the entire process in con­sul­ta­tion with the client. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture facil­i­tates both debt rais­es and refi­nanc­ing arrange­ments for infra­struc­ture assets. This may relate to project finance or to oper­at­ing assets. As a spe­cial­ist infra­struc­ture financier, Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture can finance projects with debt from local, nation­al, and inter­na­tion­al banks, and pri­vate debt funds. The firm uses its rela­tion­ships from pri­or trans­ac­tions to bring coop­er­a­tive lenders togeth­er so that the pro­vi­sion of struc­tured debt is deliv­ered quick­ly and at com­pet­i­tive rates. 

The cost of cap­i­tal, tenor, and con­di­tions that the facil­i­ty will be lent on, can be altered depend­ing on the lender’s appetite towards risk in the spe­cif­ic coun­try, sub­sec­tor, borrower’s expe­ri­ence, borrower’s bal­ance sheet, or fore­cast­ed cash flows, among oth­er factors. 

What makes Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture unique is the mar­ket knowl­edge the firm has and the rela­tion­ships it main­tains with main­stream and spe­cial­ist infra­struc­ture lenders ‑ some of which are not com­mon­ly known in the mar­ket. The firm does not have a spec­i­fied restric­tion on any juris­dic­tion. Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture has exper­tise in: 

  • Sourc­ing the low­est cost of cap­i­tal, with favourable lend­ing terms, from a range of lenders for refi­nanc­ing or non-com­plex transactions. 
  • Offer­ing more com­plex cap­i­tal struc­tures access to spe­cial­ist lenders, who have an appetite for unique infra­struc­ture financ­ing and spe­cial sit­u­a­tions. This allows us to offer more bespoke solutions.

The trans­ac­tions team reviews the debt require­ment and sup­ports the client in prepar­ing the busi­ness case appro­pri­ate­ly before it is pre­sent­ed to the select­ed, appro­pri­ate lenders. The trans­ac­tions team man­ages the entire process in con­sul­ta­tion with the client. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture facil­i­tates both debt rais­es and refi­nanc­ing arrange­ments for infra­struc­ture assets. This may relate to project finance or to oper­at­ing assets. As a spe­cial­ist infra­struc­ture financier, Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture can finance projects with debt from local, nation­al, and inter­na­tion­al banks, and pri­vate debt funds. The firm uses its rela­tion­ships from pri­or trans­ac­tions to bring coop­er­a­tive lenders togeth­er so that the pro­vi­sion of struc­tured debt is deliv­ered quick­ly and at com­pet­i­tive rates. 

The cost of cap­i­tal, tenor, and con­di­tions that the facil­i­ty will be lent on, can be altered depend­ing on the lender’s appetite towards risk in the spe­cif­ic coun­try, sub­sec­tor, borrower’s expe­ri­ence, borrower’s bal­ance sheet, or fore­cast­ed cash flows, among oth­er factors. 

What makes Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture unique is the mar­ket knowl­edge the firm has and the rela­tion­ships it main­tains with main­stream and spe­cial­ist infra­struc­ture lenders ‑ some of which are not com­mon­ly known in the mar­ket. The firm does not have a spec­i­fied restric­tion on any juris­dic­tion. Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture has exper­tise in: 

  • Sourc­ing the low­est cost of cap­i­tal, with favourable lend­ing terms, from a range of lenders for refi­nanc­ing or non-com­plex transactions. 
  • Offer­ing more com­plex cap­i­tal struc­tures access to spe­cial­ist lenders, who have an appetite for unique infra­struc­ture financ­ing and spe­cial sit­u­a­tions. This allows us to offer more bespoke solutions.

The trans­ac­tions team reviews the debt require­ment and sup­ports the client in prepar­ing the busi­ness case appro­pri­ate­ly before it is pre­sent­ed to the select­ed, appro­pri­ate lenders. The trans­ac­tions team man­ages the entire process in con­sul­ta­tion with the client. 

Co-Investments

Co-Investments

Co-Investments

Co-invest­ments can be an effec­tive way for investors to allo­cate into infra­struc­ture projects. Co-invest­ments have sev­er­al ben­e­fits, which include: 

  • Added val­ue. Each investor brings a sep­a­rate val­ue to the trans­ac­tion. One co-investor’s val­ue-add may be mar­ket knowl­edge and oper­a­tional exper­tise of the asset, where­as anoth­er co-investor’s val­ue-add may be the allo­ca­tion of equi­ty into the project or the strength of its bal­ance sheet to secure a low­er cost of capital. 
  • Co-invest­ments allow for the diver­si­fi­ca­tion of risk across mul­ti­ple par­ties which should mit­i­gate risk and achieve more sta­ble returns. 
  • Returns on the invest­ment may be allo­cat­ed pro­por­tion­al­ly to the val­ue added and or equi­ty allo­cat­ed towards real­is­ing the investment. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture has the exper­tise to orig­i­nate, con­duct due dili­gence, and appraise and present co-invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties to project spon­sors that have been approved by our Invest­ment Board. Only projects pre­sent­ed by project spon­sors, which can con­vey a co-invest­ment demon­strat­ing bank­a­bil­i­ty, are approved by the Invest­ment Board. 

Co-invest­ments can be an effec­tive way for investors to allo­cate into infra­struc­ture projects. Co-invest­ments have sev­er­al ben­e­fits, which include: 

  • Added val­ue. Each investor brings a sep­a­rate val­ue to the trans­ac­tion. One co-investor’s val­ue-add may be mar­ket knowl­edge and oper­a­tional exper­tise of the asset, where­as anoth­er co-investor’s val­ue-add may be the allo­ca­tion of equi­ty into the project or the strength of its bal­ance sheet to secure a low­er cost of capital. 
  • Co-invest­ments allow for the diver­si­fi­ca­tion of risk across mul­ti­ple par­ties which should mit­i­gate risk and achieve more sta­ble returns. 
  • Returns on the invest­ment may be allo­cat­ed pro­por­tion­al­ly to the val­ue added and or equi­ty allo­cat­ed towards real­is­ing the investment. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture has the exper­tise to orig­i­nate, con­duct due dili­gence, and appraise and present co-invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties to project spon­sors that have been approved by our Invest­ment Board. Only projects pre­sent­ed by project spon­sors, which can con­vey a co-invest­ment demon­strat­ing bank­a­bil­i­ty, are approved by the Invest­ment Board. 

Co-invest­ments can be an effec­tive way for investors to allo­cate into infra­struc­ture projects. Co-invest­ments have sev­er­al ben­e­fits, which include: 

  • Added val­ue. Each investor brings a sep­a­rate val­ue to the trans­ac­tion. One co-investor’s val­ue-add may be mar­ket knowl­edge and oper­a­tional exper­tise of the asset, where­as anoth­er co-investor’s val­ue-add may be the allo­ca­tion of equi­ty into the project or the strength of its bal­ance sheet to secure a low­er cost of capital. 
  • Co-invest­ments allow for the diver­si­fi­ca­tion of risk across mul­ti­ple par­ties which should mit­i­gate risk and achieve more sta­ble returns. 
  • Returns on the invest­ment may be allo­cat­ed pro­por­tion­al­ly to the val­ue added and or equi­ty allo­cat­ed towards real­is­ing the investment. 

Stir­ling Infra­struc­ture has the exper­tise to orig­i­nate, con­duct due dili­gence, and appraise and present co-invest­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties to project spon­sors that have been approved by our Invest­ment Board. Only projects pre­sent­ed by project spon­sors, which can con­vey a co-invest­ment demon­strat­ing bank­a­bil­i­ty, are approved by the Invest­ment Board. 

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