GMI (Grey Matter International Ltd.) is a global boutique
"network of networks" offering strategic advisory services
in multiple key sectors of the "real" economy.

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Multi-Portfolio Mandate for Strategic Advisory Services from Background Portfolio Design to Execution, Management and Spin-Off for a Public-Private Partnership consortium of first world (North American/US/Canadian + EU) and Emerging Markets (Asia - China, Central Asia, South Asia, South-East Asia; Russia; Brazil; Middle-East & North Africa – Notably GCC & Maghreb) equity co-investors for direct moderately leveraged equity acquisitions and buy-outs, post divestiture of a Legacy portfolio, in industrial, hospitality and realty assets, and 5-year term re-investment of proceeds into a conservative alternative investments portfolio (private equity, public equities, cash-equivalent Forex instruments, realty, Sharia compliant long-term structured finance products, ethical mixed-asset funds, and Funds of Hedge Funds). Multi-component mandate includes leading negotiations with major Fortune 500 partnerships, in key sectors of finance (investment and merchant banking, alternative investments, M&A, VC and assets management), technical consulting, real estate and hospitality developments, environmental investments, aerospace and defense, agribusiness, life sciences and healthcare, education, R&D, infrastructure, transportation, public works, water, power, industrial engineering, oil, gas, petrochemicals and construction. Mandate also involves promoting institutional investments or the management corporation as well as promoting the infrastructure-related investment partnerships (including advocacy issues related to public perceptions). The mandate also involved rolling-out a couple of financial services platforms serving the portfolio and optimizing underlying assets from the point of view of strategic market performance.