The firm manages several “financial sponsors” and active equity capital funds to which it provides with market assets to capitalize its projects.
We understand “Project Finance” as structured financing based on the predictability of long-term cash flows, based on a structure of fixed contracts with its clients, suppliers and market regulators.
For us, this model is linked to active and consolidated companies in the infrastructure sector, renewable energies, utilities such as roads, power plants, car parks, airports, wind farms, refineries, etc.
We have two differentiated models that mark Rubicon’s entry into financing: That the project is fully structured, or that it requires structuring by Rubicon.
We can determine based on this information if Rubicon directly contributes capital against the assets of the project, or else the project requires some collateral necessary for its capitalization and / or banking.