We bring together investors, commitment holders, credit lines and approved projects for a collaboration with sustainable long-term returns.
Make bids, ask prices. Buy and sell on assets, projects and joint ventures with returns that you are willing to settle for.
Get an investment trust or bank to issue securities on your assets. Take out credit and invest in your future ventures.
Invest into high-growth projects and get multi-fold returns on your capital, backed by assets secured by banks.
Due diligence will include checking your joint venture partner’s legal status, that they have the right to enter the joint venture, that they own assets they will be putting into the joint venture and so on.
Profits from joint venture companies are commonly distributed through dividends. Of course, the ability of the joint venture to pay dividends will depend on its cash flow position. Depending on the circumstances, there may also be other more tax-effective ways of realising part of the value of your investment in the joint venture.
Where a joint venture is structured as a partnership, profits are automatically shared between the partners as specified in the partnership agreement. The partnership agreement should specify what cash payments partners can take from the partnership.
Prolution will not be taking any additional payment from you, other than the agreed and negotiated agency fee.