We execute merger, divestiture and acquisition transactions, raise capital through private placements, and provide general strategic advisory services for Sustainable Infrastructure companies and projects.
What We Do
With offices in New York, San Francisco, and Zürich, and partnerships with leading financial institutions in
China and Japan, we have the global reach to find the right partner for each of our clients.
We advise clients on mergers,
We raise growth financing
We provide independent, conflict free advice on matters of strategic importance.
We have completed several cross-border transactions, including the transactions highlighted below.
GCA advised GreatPoint Energy on its $1.25 billion investment from China Wanxiang Holding Co.
We worked with ABB to assess its positioning in the distribution automation market
"GCA uniquely identified the potential for an Asian industrial buyer to be interested, found that ideal buyer for Seajacks, and managed them effectively through the process to achieve a great outcome for Riverstone and the company."
Robin Duggan, Principal at Riverstone
"GCA was instrumental in facilitating an introduction to China Wanxiang and worked closely alongside the GreatPoint Energy negotiating team to evaluate the deal structure and support the negotiation of key terms of a complex, cross-border transaction."
Daniel Goldman, President and CFO at GreatPoint Energy
"GCA's team efficiently executed our capital raise process, which allowed us to focus on the core growth of our business."
Kevin Parker, Managing Partner at Sustainable Insight Capital Management
We advised agri.capital in its sale to Alinda. Alinda brings infrastructure execution knowledge and experience during agri.capital’s critical growth stage
Knowing that synergies would be the key driver of value, we performed detailed valuation analysis at the facility level to assess the pro forma value to be realized in a transaction
We advised Riverstone on its sale of Seajacks to Marubeni Corporation and Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ)
Unirac received an unsolicited approach from Hilti, a global manufacturer and supplier of technology-leading products, systems, and services for construction professionals