Case Study

Fundraising roadshow

Client´s challenge

Our client needed to raise capital for a medium sized real estate project. He wanted to get in contact with professional investors and was under time pressure.

Kylla´s solution

• We organised a Road Show in London, Amsterdam, Zürich, Frankfurt and Paris.
• We used first week to prepare the company presentation and arranged meetings. In following 3 weeks, We had 1-to-1 meetings with the A class investors and a group presentation for the B class investors.
• After the roadshow we have organised several closing of investment commitments.

Transaction costs

• 12,500 Euro monthly retainer fee for two months
• 25,000 Euro travel expenses
• 4% success fee

 

Fundraising Private Equity capital and Bank Finance

Since our formation we have achieved several successes as a vital conduit between investors and entrepreneurs. While raising funds may be tougher under the current economic conditions, our ability to think out of the box and open new investment channels is a valuable asset.

Perhaps most importantly, we are able to leverage a well-informed global network in targeting funding and advising on the right location and structure for your expansion.
 
Over past 8 years, we have built close contacts with major European institutional investors such as banks, insurance companies, family offices, high net worh individuals and private equity companies. We have therefore very large distribution capacity for challenging mandates of our clients.
 
With our extensive network of professionals all around the Europe, we are able to target the right investment audience dependant on the professional in-depth knowledge, geographical region and size of transaction.
 
 

Alan Rutherford:

“With our matrix organisation we distinguish ourselves by combining in-depth sector knowledge with local geographical presence and market experience. For challenging fundraising mandates, we assign a dedicated team of professionals driven towards obtaining the financial solution required by our client.”