News & Events

June 2013

Slav Gatchev, Director, will be moderating a panel on renewable energy finance at the Development and Agency Finance Conference held jointly by Euromoney Seminars, Trade Finance Magazine and Project Finance Magazine on June 10 - 11, 2013 in Washington, D.C.

May 2013

Slav Gatchev, Director, will be attending the IFC’s 15th Annual Global Private Equity Conference in association with EMPEA on May 13-16, 2013 in Washington, DC. The theme of this year’s conference is Emerging Markets Private Equity: Taking Center Stage. Please let us know if you will also be in attendance. 

February 2013

Delphos International served as financial advisor to St. Marche Supermercados on the recent commitment of a $19.8 million senior debt facility from the Overseas Privates Investment Corporation ("OPIC"). The facility will support the Company's expansion of neighborhood supermarkets thoughout São Paulo, Brazil. Currently, the Company has 12 St. Marche-branded locations across São Paulo state; the loan will allow the Company to approximately double its presence. The OPIC commitment was the agency's second largest to Brazil in the last 12 years.

January 2013

Jeff Thomashow, Analyst, co-authored a report on the growth of the Information and Communications Technology ("ICT") industry in East Africa and the emergence of East Africa Capital Partners, an ICT investor and client of Delphos International. The report was featured in the "Unleashing Africa's Promise: Focus on Private Equity" edition of ACM-Insight! magazine. This edition focused on the increasingly significant role that private equity investments are playing across the African continent. Please visit here to download the magazine.

January 2013

Delphos International acted as a sole financial advisor to Wananchi Group in the closing and funding of a US$72 million long-term senior loan from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation ("OPIC"). Wananchi is a leading provider of broadband internet and pay-tv services to residential and corporate customers in East Africa. The deal is OPIC's largest telecommunications financing in Africa and Middle East in the 40-year history of the U.S. government agency.

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