Bankers on the GT Securities platform raise capital – equity and debt, primary and secondary, for companies of all types and sizes, across industries, from a global network of investor and capital markets relationships. Our capital-raising services include:
With the risk of bragging, on the GT Securities platform are the best boutique investment bankers, deal financiers, and capital raising professionals in the marketplace. Credentials include:
Interviewing company management regarding the company’s vision, mission, business model, capital structure (amount of money to be raised, valuation, share structure, etc.), and overall rationale to raise money at the current time
Undertake a strategic planning process to develop and/or refine investment materials, including financial projections, an investor presentation deck, a full business plan, and a private placement memorandum (PPM), as appropriate.
In this critical component of the raising capital process, we highlight the most critical element of the financing opportunities – the company’s management team, competitive advantages, and capital raise value proposition. We develop a well-defined exit strategy and demonstrate the high potential for return on investment. As a result, we generate investor interest and encourage favorable investment terms
Bankers on our platform have deep, global networks of relationships with capital market sources of all types – private equity, venture capital, family office, strategic, ultra-high net worth individuals, and special situations and niche industry-specific. From this extensive network, we are able to develop a precisely targeted, relationship-based list of the most appropriate prospective investors for a transaction.
We selectively reach out to these investment groups and facilitate the preliminary due diligence. We then assist the company through the detailed diligence, negotiation, and naturally exhaustive raise capital process.
Leading and driving the capital raise and deal closing process, including managing detailed due diligence, deal terms and conditions, capital structure, and attempted clawbacks/reductions in agreed to deal pricing and terms (especially important in growth capital transactions).