Venture capital financing is one of the important parts of IFC business.
We're working with leading companies of all sizes as well as with financial institutions and governmental agencies across the world, providing deep insight and ressources to help our clients succeed.
IFC Venture Capital
provides capital, know-how, management support and a large network of industry experts to selected new technology enterprises and innovative entrepreneurs in the life science and in the high technology sector of industry.
What do we do?
WE GET OUR CUSTOMERS READY
FOR GROWTH CAPITAL
We help our customers to adapt to the prerogatives of the capital market, thus greatly improving their chances of a successful raise of capital.
WE RAISE GROWTH
CAPITAL FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
We help our clients to structure and navigate through the capital raise procedure, guiding them at all times if necessary, through our own fully licensed financial structure and others. We often invest our own money together with other investors into promising projects.
WE HELP OUR CLIENTS DEPLOY
AND RAISE FURTHER ROUNDS
We are a firm that builds and cultivates long-term relationships with clients. Our clients profit from our continued engagement, optimising financial flow of capital, controlling mechanisms and vast industry expertise.
WE RAISE ALL TYPES OF CAPITAL
- Debt (senior, subordinated, mezzanine, cash-flow based);
- Equity (in partnership with licensed broker-dealers);
- Asset based finance (factoring and other A/R credit lines, capital and operating leases, mortgages & other)
- Trade finance (proof of funds, letters of credit, SBLCs or Bank Guarantees, purchase order and production financing, etc.
OUR SPECIAL STRENGTHS
- Strong international experience;
- expertise in cross-border transactions;
With our product COMINVEST 2020s support, our portfolio companies can significantly accelerate their growth or if they are a start-up their entry into the market and prepare for rapid growth.
IFC and the entrepreneurs become business partners, sharing in both the successes as well as the possible failures. If the venture succeeds, IFC benefits by selling its shares or participation (the “exit”). If the venture fails, both IFC and the entrepreneurs loose their invested time and capital; the entrepreneurs incur no additional liabilities. The exit occurs either by going public, selling to an industrial partner, or by the entrepreneurs buying back their shares or participation.