U.S. Bancorp & Capital Trust is an Investment Bank & Advisory Firm that specializes in Capital Raising and the following services:
  •  Raising Capital for Mergers & Acquisitions of existing Businesses (cash flow positive           and/or distressed situations)

  • Raising Capital for Infrastructure and/or Real Estate (Property) Development Projects

  • Direct Equity Investments into your Business as Portfolio Company of our Group

As a private investment bank, we offer innovative long-range strategic solutions for the optimal benefits of the stakeholders.


U.S. Bancorp & Capital Trust structures deals to make them bankable and fundable for our clients. Taking on a deal means we live, breath, eat and dream that deal until it closes. We get involved from the beginning, walk with our clients while adding substantial and tangible economic value, until the deal closes and the money flows.


Banks do not have time to hand-hold clients. U.S. Bancorp & Capital Trust fulfills this function as your strategic solution provider and capital advisory firm.

Our strategic corporate and capital solutions include:

  • Making direct investments in potential companies through significant or controlling interest acquisition.

  •  Working as a member of a consortium of investors and advisers.

  •  Operating strictly in process management and advisory role.

  • Provision of financial advisory and investment banking services to select clients especially in the area of fundraising through relationships with local and international institutions.

  • Spearheading and executing mergers and acquisitions as well as management consulting especially in the area of business integration, strategy and business turnaround and restructuring.

We have, based on our review and segmentation of our client needs, defined certain key stages of any business’ financing from early stage financing right through to mature stage financing in order to better define the solutions that will best suit our clients.



U.S. Bancorp & Capital Trust is familiar with the inner workings of banks. We know on what conditions your deals will be funded by the banks and we protect investors to 100% with our Capital Protected Fund Program. We familiarize you with these from the beginning so that there are no surprises. We also get involved in the negotiations of the final terms and conditions of whichever form of funding, be it equity and/or debt financing. Equity Investors want to get introduced to deals where the principals have done research, identified risks, worked out returns, etc.



Our team of legal and capital experts will put together an Investment Brief and Private Placement Memorandum for the Entrepreneur.


Further, we will be present at the presentation and the negotiations table as your strategic advisor.

Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) are both aspects of strategic management,  corporate finance and management dealing with the buying, selling, dividing and combining of different companies and similar entities that can help an  enterprise grow rapidly in its sector or location of origin, or a new field or new location, without creating a subsidiary, other child entity or using a joint   venture.

M&A can be defined as a type of restructuring in that they result in some entity reorganization with the aim to provide growth or positive value. Consolidation of an industry or sector occurs when widespread M&A activity concentrates the resources of many small companies into a few larger ones, such as occurred with the automotive industry between 1910 and 1940.


The distinction between a "merger" and an "acquisition" has become increasingly blurred in various respects (particularly in terms of the ultimate economic outcome), although it has not completely disappeared in all situations. From a legal point of view, a merger is a legal consolidation of two companies into one entity, whereas an acquisition occurs when one company takes over another and completely establishes itself as the new owner (in which case the target company still exists as an independent legal entity controlled by the acquirer).


Either structure can result in the economic and financial consolidation of the two entities. In practice, a deal that is an    acquisition for legal purposes may be euphemistically called a "merger of equals" if both CEOs agree that joining together is in the best interest of both of their companies, while when the deal is unfriendly (that is, when the target company does not want to be purchased) it is almost always regarded as an "acquisition".

If you wish to engage our team of legal and corporate experts please contact us today.

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  • Establishment of Investment Banks & Capital Trusts

  • Establishment of Investment Banks & Real Estate Trusts  

  • Establishment of Statutory Trusts 

  • Establishment of Licensed Investment Funds in The Netherlands 

  • Establishment of Real Estate Funds 

  • Establishment of Private Equity Funds

  • Establishment of Capital Protected Funds 

  • Establishment of Cooperatives and Credit Unions 

  • Preparations of Private Placement Memorandums 

  • Preparation of Bond Offering Memorandums 

  • Arranging and Structuring Development Concepts into Financeable Transactions to make such projects palatable

  • Offering Advisory Services to Real Estate and Infrastructure Developers and/or Investor

  • Arranging and Structuring Infrastructure and/or Real Estate (Property) Investments