Expert- Investment Banking
Deepak K. Nathwani has over 18 years of enviable experience in an impressive spectrum of involute business transactions and asset classes, having prosperously worked with sundry sizably voluminous size renowned infra and other companies in India, Japan, China, South Korea, Singapore, Europe, Latin America, Russia & Africa etc. His expertise in the areas of M&As, Raising domestic & cross border Debt & Equity capital, syndication, availing EPC & Infra, green energy , power and water transmissions, health and Pharma, Engineering, agriculture, food processing & FMCG companies to get the projects funded by Exim banks / ECAs, development finance institutions, private equity, venture capital , Sovereign Wealth funds , UN capital development fund and banks backed by indemnification cover / guarantees from World Bank arm ( MIGA ) etc against sovereign assurance is widely acknowledged among industry experts and across the corporate arena.
Deepak Nathwani has galvanized a core team of zealous professionals and led Silver Snow to efficaciously diversify into a smorgasbord of demanding services that are inclusive of but not limited to identifying key projects and developing effective bid strategies, establishing joint ventures with local companies, name lending, capital preservation, income maximization, providing solution on tax issues with the help of CPA, CA and law firms, drawing bespoke agreements to name a few.
Equipped with an exhaustive knowledge of the financial services industry, the macroeconomic environment and competitive landscape, a veteran’s experience in global procedures and processes, and a sharp roving eye for lucrative ventures, Deepak Nathwani has prompted the growth of innumerable business entities by charting anew their success stories and triggering their peak performance and profitability.
Investment advisor and head of Silver Snow (India) Pvt. Ltd., Deepak Nathwani shares some tips for MSMEs to raise funds from overseas markets. In this edited video, you will also see Nathwani highlight the plight of some companies when it comes to raising funds.