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ANN ARBOR, MI, October 01, 2008 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Bruce D. Sturman has extensive experience in the development and commercialization of Green Technology companies .
Bruce Sturman as a investment banker and principal has negotiated private equity investments in the Healthcare Technology,specializing in Medical Devices and Ethical Pharmaceuticals. Additionally Bruce Sturman has successfully negotiated numerous joint ventures and strategic alliances in these fields.
Bruce Sturman has extensive experience in valuing and evaluating technologies, intangibles and companies that focus on Green Technology or Alternative Energy. Bruce Sturman is an experienced Principal and Banker in Energy Efficient Technologies.
Bruce Sturman has effectuated numerous financings and sale transactions for public and private companies as a Senior Executive and investor, in a range of businesses including,Healthcare, manufacturing, environmental , energy and industrial products industries.
Bruce Sturman arranges private debt or equity financing with a growing range of capital sources including Private equity funds, corporations, venture capitalist, finance companies, hedge funds, angel investors. Bruce Sturman determines the most attractive capital structure currently available in the marketplace and executes a transaction most advantageous for the company.
Bruce Sturman arranges common or preferred equity, majority or minority investments, recapitalizations, mezzanine or subordinated debt, funding of management led buyouts, pipes, and venture capital. Bruce Sturman has broad based experience in raising debt and equity for small cap and middle market companies to allow for continued growth and liquidity achievement.
Bruce Sturman believes that Next Generation Energy is a sector that is essential to obsolescing the dependence on fossil fuels. Bruce Sturman invest and advises companies in this fast growing arena.
"Never before have the economic and environmental drivers been so critical to the rapid growth of this sector of investment as currently. US dependence on oil, concerns about greenhouse gas emissions and the effects of fossil fuels compared to newer cleaner and more efficient alternative energy technologies are allowing for broad acceptance by mainstream investors. There are a vast number of undiscovered companies and technologies that represent a unique opportunity to invest in these proprietary technologies offering attractive returns in well run Alternative energy companies focused on clean energy.
We are currently advising and seeking investment in Energy efficient lighting where there is a drive toward displacing incandescent and other antiquated light sources.
Bruce Sturman says" Global investment in alternative energy last year grew 60% to $150 billion from 2006. In short if governments are to adhere to their mandates to reduce emissions and generate energy from renewable sources then investment in this arena must triple. Investing in this arena is socially responsible but takes extensive due diligence to flesh out the winners"
Bruce Sturman has over 25 years experience in strategic, financial and technology investments in both public and private companies, working to obtain multiple forms of debt and equity financing as well as other strategic initiatives. He is a highly accomplished deal maker, advisor and financier.
Bruce Sturman has been a key advisor to companies positioned in the field of Next Generation Energy " Obviously mergers and financial transactions are an important strategic tool says Bruce Sturman but you must identify the value drivers behind the business which supports ROI and growth before effectuating these transactions. Investors need to focus on the real time line for cash flow as opposed to investing without an exit strategy." The core of our strategy is to partner with talented operating executives who share our investment thesis"
"We look to sponsor and or acquire scalable roll ups across the Next generation energy spectrum, building companies from $10m to $500m in revenues and EBITDA margins of 30% within 5 years"
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