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We help your company to raise financial resources  no matter what stage she is in.


Fundraising and Private Equity
These types of investment are carried out by investment funds, mainly foreign ones, which seek opportunities to invest in privately-held Brazilian companies in the private sector.

Private Equity funds focus on more mature companies while Venture Capital funds invest resources in new or very young companies, called “start-ups”.

These investors usually look for companies established in fast-growing economic sectors or with strong indications of future growth.

Generally, Venture Capital funds apply amounts between US$ 1 million and US$ 5 million, while Private Equity funds apply larger amounts, between US$ 5 and 30 million, although there are recent cases of large investments.

The funds, without exception, base their initial examination of any proposal on a "Business Plan" and Financial Projections for a future period of up to 7 years. To be successful, the strategy demonstrated in the "Business Plan" must be fully justified by the financial projections. consistent, and these, in turn, must be supported by solid market assumptions.

Normally, to be able to raise funds with an investment fund, it is necessary to hire a specialist called a “Capital Raiser” who conducts the research and subsequent negotiation with the investment funds.

Our services

Our Private Equity business division has the objective of advising companies in the financing of their growth plans.

Our experience in “Business Plans” is also extensive and we have partnerships with renowned companies in the area of Corporate Governance, an area closely linked to the Fundraising.

In most cases, we represent and are remunerated by the borrower. This support starts with the elaboration of a “Business Plan”, then goes through the following phases:

  • Risk analysis;

  • Investment appraisal;

  • Project feasibility;

  • Support in financial, operational and strategic decisions;

  • The demand for the investor;

  • Obtaining the investor's letter of intent;

  • Constant contact with the fund's analysts;

  • Negotiation of the company's financial assessment;

  • Negotiating the terms and conditions of the share purchase and sale agreements

  • Final disbursement of resources;

  • Assistance in management and governance.

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