DKC is well-positioned to bring together like-minded parties for mutually beneficial deals
Deep Sector Knowledge and Long-Standing Client Relationships
Whether it is a ship owner seeking competitive asset backed debt funding, project sponsors seeking strategic equity investment or a biodiesel feedstock supplier seeking a reliable long term off-taker, DKC utilises its deep sector knowledge and long-standing client relationships to assess projects and put parties together that are suited and who will complete a mutually beneficial deal.
How We Add Value
DKC’s client relationships were not build overnight. We take the time to learn about each client and their business, culture and operations. We are also extremely mindful and sensitive to the fact that even within the same sector or industry, each client is different and may have, for example, a very different risk tolerance to others in that sector or industry.
Our client list is long and varied. They all operate across the value chain of DKC’s core sectors of maritime, offshore energy and renewables - from traditional banks to funds in the secondary market to family offices, from investment grade oil & gas oil majors seeking to supply LNG or looking to diversify by trading in biodiesel feedstock to independent trading houses seeking to invest in projects to diversify their revenue stream, from FSRU operators to land based infrastructure players to government backed project sponsors.
There Is No Scatter Gun Approach Here!
Our deep understanding of our clients’ business coupled with our long and varied client list translate into DKC being in prime position to put together only like-minded parties with a view to consummating a mutually beneficial deal. There is no scatter gun approach here! This is also why clients who are involved in more challenging or smaller projects seek us out for the Introductory Service to suitable counter-parties.
Advising a client on the risks of its current funding arrangements and introducing the client to a blue-chip bank, which had appetite for the associated project risks, for the purpose of re-financing its infrastructure project costs.
DKC introduced a State-owned trading company seeking to diversify the commodities it trades to relevant counterparties in the renewables sector.
DKC has been engaged by a private project sponsor in Asia for the purpose of seeking strategic equity investment into its LNG import terminal.