Lower Cost of Capital: Real Estate, Infrastructure, and Corporations

As a family office ourselves, Arrivato is well-positioned within proprietary global networks with other families, facilitators, and capital syndications.

This allows us to work together with institutional strength real estate and infrastructure developers; as well as large traditional corporations to lower their cost of capital – especially for companies that have liquidity challenges or are looking for sophisticated strategies to unlock equity from their assets.

Our objective is to work with companies that need access to private capital when traditional capital is not available or they are looking to lower their cost of capital.

These strategies also provide an alternative to disposing equity to finance other projects.

We work with companies that require a minimum $50 million (select companies as low as $30 million or a rollup of smaller companies into a singular holding company) and upwards to $5 billion in capital.

The total cost of this capital is often less than the cost of traditional debt and mezzanine structures.   These solutions are often built around public and private corporate credit instruments, leveraged debt, senior debt, and mezzanine capital.

In addition to a lower cost of capital, we provide sophisticated and strategic insight.   There are senior advisors and consultants who work through Arrivato with expertise in a wide range of industries that can help companies realize their growth and unlock value with access to proprietary relationships.

At Arrivato, we always aim to source dynamic relationships where we can provide lower costs of capital often not offered elsewhere in the credit markets.   This even means that we can provide access to credit for companies that might not otherwise have this level of access.

We grow businesses.  Our solutions allow us to help realize new initiatives, complete acquisitions that are transformative, and even upgrade the infrastructure within companies to facilitate their long-term strategic objectives.

These are similar strategies that the top financial institutions provide companies, but often at a lower cost of capital through proprietary relationships that are often more nimble.