With offices located in the Mauritius and Ghana, ICP’s operations cover the following core activities:
Sovereign Debt, Corporate Debt
Private Equity, Structured Financing
Investment Promotion &
Origination, structuring, negotiation and execution of debt finance transactions, including bonds and structured loans for corporates and sovereigns from the international debt capital markets (DCM) and other institutional lenders.
Origination, negotiation and execution of private equity transactions including leveraged buyouts, raising capital for businesses from private equity funds and other institutional investors.
Identification, structuring, negotiation and execution of mergers, acquisitions, disposals and joint ventures, both for private and listed companies.
ICP are experts in evaluating the current strategic direction of a company and evaluating the business plan. Once the assessment phase is finalised, we make recommendations for the strategic redirection of the company and reflect this in a new business plan that underlines the new strategy.
ICP is very well positioned to advise businesses who need to restructure their balance sheet in order to take advantage of market opportunities or face headwinds from their current operating and financial environment. We are able to negotiate with financial institutions and investors in order to realise an op- timal outcome for the company.
ICP was retained to advice on the structuring and arrangement of a USD150M structured debt finance facility for an Export Credit institution in Ghana to pursue its lending program.
ICP also structured and presented a financing solution for the Ministry of Finance from a West African Country via a USD 55M Currency Swap arrangement between Afrexim and their Central Bank.
ICP was engaged by the Ministry of Finance from a West African Country to advise on and develop a structured USD1Billion infrastructure loan program.
Locally ICP was retained by the principals of BUSYINTERNET GHANA LIMITED (an indigenous Ghanaian Telco) to advice on the corporate structure and arrange a USD 30M receivables-backed working capital facility.