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Advising lenders on the legal aspects of mining project financing

We are experienced in advising lenders on the legal aspects of mining project financing, including senior, mezzanine, subordinated and convertible debt together with more traditional corporate debt financing arrangements. 37 more words

Charltons Natural Resources

Raising Natural Resources Debt Capital

Debt financing is a popular method of financing in the natural resources industry. Debt financing holds certain advantages over PE investment. It is often viewed as more cost effective than equity finance… More: Raising Natural Resources Debt Capital

Charltons Natural Resources

The Eccentricities of the Old Man- Part 1

Why did I go twice over my fixer-upper budget for the property I just took over?  I wouldn’t have done it but there were a couple of things that made me take the leap of faith:  this house was laid out much like the one I was looking to build and posted about in this blog at the very beginning.  770 more words


The USDA Rocks?

I’m on my way to closing.  In less than an hour.  If all goes well, the keys will come across the table and I will own my first home! 548 more words


Alibaba Looks to Raise Up to $8 Billion in Bond Sale

Fresh off the biggest IPO in history, Chinese Internet giant Alibaba Group is looking to raise up to $8 billion in a bond offering, according to a person familiar with the matter. 127 more words


Start Up Crunch – Is Crowdfunding classed as Debt or Equity for your Start Up Business?

Start up financing is hot topic at the moment due to the massive array of options at the feet of entrepreneurs. From more traditional funding routes through venture capitalists and banks, to contemporary funding routes offered by individual wealthy investors and crowd funding – start ups have never had it so easy when searching for a cash injection. 401 more words


The Purity of Permaculture?

Well, I may need to ultimately backtrack on my recent post, “The Irony of the USDA Rural Development Loan” soon.  After an entire year of looking at properties, both with houses and without, I finally have an accepted offer on one and my financing, it turns out, actually hadn’t fallen through as I may have over-reacted with haste.  420 more words