Berkshire International Finance, Inc. offers one-stop financial service solutions:
- International Financial and Corporate Advisory
- Management Buyouts and Other Leveraged Acquisitions
- Divestitures Buy-Side/Sell-Side Representation
- M & A Advisory
- Due Diligence
- Asset Management
- Corporate Finance
- Strategic Alternatives Reviews
- Initial public offerings
- Royalty Funding
- Corporate Restructuring
- Consulting Services
- Investment Management
- Structured Finance
- REG A+
We have experienced professionals with the necessary skills, market exposure, and knowledge about overseas exchange venues to assist our clients in every aspect of the IPO process, at home and abroad.
Debt and Equity Underwriting We[CF1] assist our clients in raising funds by providing professional advice on financial strategies and various sources of funding.
Our Merger and Acquisition services include general strategic and transaction-specific advice with a particular focus on cross-border transactions and related opportunities. With our extensive experience in M & A transactions, we offer excellent support in the implementation of diverse corporate strategies. Together with our company’s overseas network, we also assist our clients in exploring cross-border M & A opportunities, particularly in the United States, Europe, The Middle East, and Asia.
With our understanding of client needs and our global relationships with brokerage houses and international investment banks, we are uniquely positioned to support the placement of equity to the maximum benefit of our clients.
In cooperation with investment and private equity funds, we invest in public/private companies, start-ups, mature businesses, including real estate and receivables to facilitate the restructuring and consolidation needs of our clients.
According to the SEC there are two tiers to the new regulation: Tier 1 “for offerings of securities of up to $20 million in a 12-month period, with not more than $6 million in offers by selling security-holders that are affiliates of the issuer” and Tier 2 “for offerings of securities of up to $50 million in a 12-month period, with not more than $15 million in offers by selling security-holders that are affiliates of the issuer”. Both require similar requirements but Tier 2 investment requires further disclosure. Shares sold under both tiers are immediately free trading and a secondary market can quickly be established for the shares. The benefit of a Tier One is that no financial audits are required.