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Mandate primer along the Road & Belt Initiative
In an international mandate of this category, we utilise a comprehensive, confidential and integrated approach, customized to meet the client's specific objectives related to a government's needs or a Chinese investor's strategy.

In case of a state-sponsored assignment most other advisors would use a remarkably similar process for all such assignments, writing an IM which is distributed to a number of potential investors. Although this is sometimes a feasible approach, oftentimes, a more focused approach will achieve better results. LB Capital leverages deal-making experience, Infrastructure & Resources prowess and regional knowledge to deliver a successful and value-maximizing structure to enhance continued relationship between the parties.

Infrastructure and Resources sectors are subject to unique regulatory issues. Hence, we also make sure that investors amongst our clients know how to proceed from a regulatory perspective in order to retain the benefits of a successful project, and preclude delays in the targeted timeline.

We find good preparation, comprehensive understanding of the reelvant jurisdiction and thorough understanding of our client's needs to be the key to seamless negotiations and execution.
MODERN SILK ROAD - A $ 900 BILLION INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT AND GLOBAL TRADING ROUTE


"Belt and Road" refers to two separate elements of the project: a) the land-based ‘Silk Road Economic Belt’ and b) the seagoing ‘21st Century Maritime Silk Road’. The routes will cover more than 60 countries and regions from Asia to Europe via Southeast Asia, Central Asia, West Asia and the Middle East. By 2050, the Belt and Road region aims to contribute 80% of global GDP growth. The project itself describes the initiative as follows: “The initiative offers global businesses - from multinationals to small and medium sized enterprises - unparalleled opportunities to tap into new markets along the Belt and Road and gain deeper access to markets in the Chinese mainland, ASEAN, the Middle East and Central and Eastern Europe. For developing and emerging economies in these areas, investment and trade will accelerate development for the benefit of all.”