With a concentrated focus on the industrial sector, GPP is able to assist its clients with a wide range of industrial transactions including start-up projects, expansion projects, restructurings and acquisitions.  The sources of capital raised by GPP include venture capital funds, private equity firms, strategic investors, mezzanine debt lenders, pension funds, economic development agencies, government entities, senior-secured debt lenders and working capital lenders. Representative transactions that involved sourcing capital from a wide variety of capital providers include the following.

 

Mississippi Silicon

US$200 million

Global Principal Partners structured the transaction and raised US$200 million of debt and equity for this newly formed company.

January 2014

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SeverCorr

US$400 million

Global Principal Partners structured the transaction and raised US$400 million of expansion capital for the company.

September 2009

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SeverCorr

US$880 million

Global Principal Partners structured the transaction and raised US$880 million of debt and equity for this newly formed company.

September 2005

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In addition to the more traditional debt and equity forms of capital, GPP frequently includes infrastructure grant funds, tax credit monetization proceeds and vendor royalties as sources of capital in the capital stacks it develops for clients. 

Within the broader industrial sector, the professionals at GPP bring a long history of working together on transactions involving steel production and processing and scrap metal recycling. This experience includes leading a number of greenfield steel mill projects, actively participating in the consolidation of the scrap metals industry, arranging expansion capital for a number of steel service centers and acquiring pipe and tube operations.  Building on the steel and recycling expertise of its professional team, GPP has structured a number of leading transactions for clients involved in the steel and recycling industries.  Representative transactions include the following.

BlueOak Arkansas

US$18 million

Global Principal Partners structured the transaction and raised US$17.5 million of expansion capital for the company.

April 2015

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Arkansas Steel Processing

US$32 million

Global Principal Partners structured and raised new market tax credit financing for this strategic expansion project.

March 2015

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BlueOak Arkansas

US$35 million

Global Principal Partners structured the transaction and raised US$35 million of debt and equity for this newly formed company.

April 2014

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Severstal North America

US$425 million

Global Principal Partners structured the transaction and raised US$425 million of expansion capital for the company.

September 2005

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