Established in 1994, Interlink Capital Strategies is a Washington DC-based consulting and financial advisory firm specialized in structured finance for projects in emerging markets, thereby helping small and medium-sized American and foreign companies materialized their opportunities on a broad range of sectors, from agriculture to renewable energy. 

Our focus since our inception has been Africa, Latin-America, Asia, the Middle East and Eastern Europe including former Soviet Union countries. Currently developing economies represent a larger portion of the global GDP than developed countries.

Our managers are experts in developing and/or financing projects, equipment sales, and other business opportunities. ICS possesses unique expertise in accessing numerous multilateral, sovereign and sub-sovereign governmental lending and guarantee programs in the US and abroad; these are frequently the only sources of long-term debt available for many of the markets of interest to our clients.

We provide:

  • Strategic business development and marketing advice with a focus on emerging markets
  • Structured and project finance with unparalleled capabilities in the use of bilateral and multilateral financing programs from the U.S., Europe, and Asia
  • Short and medium-term export and finance through an affiliated lending institutions: ExWorks Capital LLC
  • Loan restructurings and workout advice
  • Renewable energy and energy efficiency finance through various private sector players and government agencies

We are a registered GSA contractor for the U.S. government. Interlink has been certified by the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) as a charter member of the Enterprise Development Network. Additionally, Interlink is a financial advisor for the U.S. Export-Import Bank’s (Ex-Im Bank) structured finance program, as well as an approved exporter of record for overseas buyer finance programs.

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Alan Beard speaks at the Commercial Finance Association’s Annual Conference

The Commercial Finance Association (CFA) held its annual conference in Austin, TX on November 11-13. Alan Beard was asked to participate on a panel of experts to discuss the latest thinking in cross-border finance. “Participants heard how innovative disruption in data analytics is spawning new offerings in cross-border commerce from Reverse Factoring to Distribution Finance. Participants also learned how lenders are creating new structures to support exporters while Congress figures out the future of EXIM Bank. From financing international distribution of goods to distributing risk and assets, the panel of experts shared their knowledge and insights so participants could keep abreast of which trends will drive their business …. And which might threaten it.”

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