ADCC GLOBAL PROJECTS

Capital Markets & Funding

Sectors

"PPP" - PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

"PPP" is the acronym for Public Private Partnerships. Infrastructure projects can be funded by governments alone, and or investment funds from a mixture of government and private investors. Infrastructure projects that include government investment are classified as "sovereign guaranteed". The government is your investment partner, so your private investment is guaranteed to your investment amount.

INFRASTRUCTURE & IMPACT PROJECTS - PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

Infrastructure is the basic services a country or organization requires to function. Infrastructure can be government owned and developed, privately owned and developed and or a combination of public and private owned and developed. These services may include Roads, Rail, Marina, Ports, Energy, Telecommunications, Aviation, Desalinization Plants, Hospitals, Education Facilities and many more.

INVESTMENT PARTNERS

AAA Capital Holdings is proud to extend our Projects to wholesale investors globally. Project Investment in PPP infrastructure Projects is a highly sought-after investment by many global Family Offices, Pension Funds, Sovereign Funds and High Net Worth Investors globally given the security such projects come with a Government Guarantee protecting the initial investment funds.

BSM International are Privately Equity and Asset Management specialists providing their wealth of commercial acumen in Capital Raising, Project Delivery, Asset Management, and Investment structuring globally. Our investment focus is in - Public and Private Partnerships in Infrastructure, Impact & Agriculture Projects globally.

BSM International are the appointed Project Investment Managers for our Global infrastructure and Impact Fund #1. Our success is built on equity relationships always developing, growing, nurturing, networking, partnering, sharing and strengthening.

Inquire below if you're interested in this sector as an investor, contractor or technology company.

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