The Pintus Group LLC

Our Business

The Firm engages in all forms of financial transactions, including, but not limited to capital-raising transactions by direct investment in both public and private co and by providing strategic services to those companies on a joint venture basis. This permits its clientele to execute their pre-planned growth strategy and provide with lateral financial support, by direct injection of additional capital or by the arrangement of credit lines, subject to the ability of the client to service such debt. It will also render material assistance to those clients having sufficient liquidity who are seeking to invest or deal in physical commodities or seeking to participate managed purchases and sales of financial instruments. For high net worth individuals, trusts and other entities desiring to fund humanitarian projects worldwide can, subject to qualification and acceptance, provide access to certain international managed buy/sell programs of financial instruments. A qualifying client can develop humanitarian project to which it is committed or the Firm can help the Client establish or joint venture with an existing humanitarian project. While the Firm does not put its focus to any one specific industry, its personnel have substantial experience and expertise in the areas of banking, securities, real estate development and or aerospace, power co-generation, defence related technology, information technology, healthcare, entertainment, mining, food, transportation, manufactor distribution. Through the years, the Firm’s personnel have completed transactions representing more than $250 billion dollars in value. Corporately, the Firm’s final business consulting services include strategic financial guidance and hands-on assistance in the following areas:

  1. Financial and Strategic Business Consulting & Market Positioning.
  2. Financial Management.
  3. Commercial Bank Financing.
  4. Debt and Equity Private Placements (including Convertible Debt).
  5. PIPE Placements (Private Investmentin Public Equities).
  6. Reverse Mergers or Alternate Public Offerings.
  7. Leveraged/Management Buyouts.
  8. Corporate Recapitalizations.
  9. Asset-based Lending Facilities.
  10. Mergers and Acquisitions (buy-side financing).
  11. Mergers and Acquisitions (sell-side advisory).
  12. Mergers and Acquisitions (brokerage).
  13. Project Financing (forprofit and humanitarian situations).
  14. Fairness Opinions, Valuations.