Chapin International maintains relationships with a diverse, established, and vertically integrated network of contacts to ensure the maximum choice of financing and investment options for your project. A sustained contact with this network defines our success and keeps us on the leading edge and abreast of current market developments.
Chapin International tailors each assignment to the needs of its clients to provide the most innovative structure and financing available. The right mix of capital for a project depends on a variety of factors, the foremost being the risk and investment criteria of our clients and investors. As a consequence, sources of capital are likely to be multi-faceted and may come from any number of resources including the following:
• Commercial Banks
• Multilateral or Bilateral Development Financing Institutions
• Export Credit Agencies
• Capital Markets
• Pension and Investment Funds
Chapin International has extensive experience in working with multilateral and bilateral financial institutions which are integral part of project structuring and funding options in developing markets. These institutions can provide a variety of credit enhancement mechanisms and specialized financing products including political risk insurance and export credit supported financings.
Our objective is to review and evaluate every option and design a financing plan that best correlates to the risk and investment profile of the client. Chapin International has extensive experience in accessing and negotiating the facets of each of these financial options. In the case of bank debt or capital markets issues, we also provide assistance in obtaining public/private credit ratings as well as working with insurers to explore credit enhancement for qualified financings.