Non-Recourse Project Funding

Setting aside the sewage of misinformation, misrepresentation and ignorance from the Internet broker world, at the purest and highest level this will explain what really is going on.

PCC Named Award Winner

Global Venture – Annual Awards – 2019
Best in Large Scale Project Funding 2019 – USA

Global Business Insight Award
Best Project Funding System 2019

Lawyer International – Legal 100 – 2018/19 – Awards:
Best in Large Scale Project Funding 2018/19 – USA

M&A Today – Global Awards – 2020 results.
Best in Large Scale Project Funding 2020 – USA

Lawyer International’s – Legal 100 – 2020
Global Best in Large Scale Project Funding 2020 USA

Worldwide Finance Awards 2020 hosted Acquisition International.
 Best in Project Finance Systems 2020

Wealth&Finance Elite 2020
Best Project Funding Transaction Facilitator 2020 – USA

Corporate America Today – Annual Awards – 2021
Best in Large Scale Project Funding 2021 – USA

 

Decades ago— at the end of World War II – the economies of most of the affected countries around the world were devastated by the costs of fighting – and then rebuilding – infrastructures and other critical projects needed for reviving and sustaining humanity. Gathering in New Hampshire at Bretton Woods, the political basis for the Bretton Woods system was in the confluence of two key conditions: the shared experiences of two World Wars, with the sense that failure to deal with economic problems after the first war had led to the second; and the concentration of power in a small number of states. A plan was devised that encompassed various strategies to create funding for these projects which, by their nature, were not (necessarily) meant to create business ventures that would be profitable in the purest sense of the capitalist world. Reconstructed roads, bridges, hospitals, and other infrastructure needs may not be the best investment when a capitalist is seeking a return on his or her investment.