Collaborative agreement expands services offering for existing and new infrastructure clients
KPMG in Canada has announced a strategic alliance with Agentis Capital, a leading infrastructure advisory firm, to better serve clients involved in complex infrastructure deals and other large-scale capital projects. By combining the collective market-leading experience in financial advisory and tax services, this alliance will solidify an existing relationship between both firms in order to provide multidisciplinary, end-to-end infrastructure advisory services in areas of mutual interest.
"This strategic alliance both exemplifies and reinforces our deep commitment to our clients at a time where significant investments in infrastructure are being made in Canada and abroad," says Benjie Thomas, National Industry Leader, Private Equity and Pension Plans with KPMG in Canada. "By integrating and leveraging our respective strengths, depth of knowledge and commercial experience, we will provide tailored advisory solutions that respond to the unique requirements and challenges of each project."
"We are incredibly excited to be engaging in an alliance with KPMG. Our relationship with the lead individuals from the KPMG team extends across a significant number of transactions over more than ten years" says Andrew Grieve, Partner, Agentis Capital. "We look forward to extending and deepening that relationship in order to provide our clients with holistic solutions to complex infrastructure problems."
The agreement between KPMG in Canada and Agentis Capital will help lead to more holistic advisory services for our collective clients. This includes private equity funds and public pension plans, public-private partnerships (PPP) and infrastructure development and investment organizations in Canada, and internationally.
KPMG LLP, an Audit, Tax and Advisory firm (kpmg.ca) and a Canadian limited liability partnership established under the laws of Ontario, is the Canadian member firm of KPMG International Cooperative ("KPMG International"). KPMG member firms around the world have 200,000 professionals, in 154 countries.
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About Agentis Capital
Agentis Capital is a boutique advisory firm specializing in infrastructure finance and mergers and acquisitions. Based in Vancouver, the firm has demonstrated success in advising a global client base on equity and debt transactions, and its strong deal flow in PPP and infrastructure advisory speaks to its reputation for deep knowledge and market-leading technical insight across a variety of sub-sectors and geographies. Agentis has advised on nearly CAD $20 billion of completed transactions in infrastructure and beyond. Within the last twelve months, Agentis has advised on the nearly CAD$1.2 billion refinancing of the Autoroute 30 project in Montreal, the financing of the nearly USD$1.2 billion Central 70 project in Colorado, the greater than CAD$1 billion of committed financing from government for key infrastructure projects, nearly CAD$1 billion of financing for renewable projects in Canada and the United States, the USD $220 million acquisition of American Roads in the United States, the CAD $210 million refinancing of the Rt. Honourable Herb Gray Parkway in Canada, the acquisition of a minority stake in a toll road in the United States, and the HoldCo financing of an existing Canadian PPP project.
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