Entoro Capital has launched a private securities platform, OfferBoard, targeting Energy/Infrastructure-focused accredited investors and qualified institutional buyers.
With OfferBoard, issuers are able to rapidly communicate and promote the distribution of their Energy-related investment offerings to the family office, institutional, international, private equity sponsor, and traditional Energy-sector investment communities. Issuers include companies and funds from the Exploration & Production, Oilfield Services, Renewables, Power, Midstream, and Downstream subsectors. OfferBoard Direct Deal Issuers are pursuing capital raises with targets between USD5 and USD100 million, while Fund Issuers seek capital investments from USD25 to USD500 million.
The OfferBoard platform provides participants with immediate, global access to both capital and deal flow. For the Issuer, OfferBoard is a pipeline for direct access to thousands of interested Investors, with new Investors registering daily. For the Investor, OfferBoard is the confidential, secure, highly efficient, and user-friendly platform for direct investments into energy projects previously reserved for larger entities. OfferBoard revolutionizes the interaction between Issuers and Investors by assuring real-time deal tracking and analytics, lower overall costs, heightened confidentiality, and detailed transaction vetting.
“The OfferBoard portal allows capital groups around the world to exponentially increase their exposure to quality opportunities in the energy market and allows our bankers to spend much more time servicing our clients; that’s what’s important,” says Entoro’s Managing Partner James C Row (pictured).
Issuers are offering investment opportunities in their businesses or funds that may be equity or debt, or another structured finance instrument. Transactions on OfferBoard are asset heavy, with current or near-term projected cash flow.
“Our goal is to originate and offer the best energy transactions with great distribution,” says Row. “The OfferBoard technology is the future of raising capital. It’s simple – Issuers want faster and better distribution, whereas Investors want lower costs, professionally vetted transactions, comparable deal flow, and centralised ease of use.”