In 2015, 3 billion people have access to the internet; two-thirds internet users are in developing countries with 80% of searches conducted on mobile devices. Our team has lead over $50billion in transactional value in electronics, semiconductors and software technology since the early 1990s’.
Adequate investment for the abatement of global climate change risk requires as much as $350 billion in investment per year to address an estimated $45 trillion dollar worldwide infrastructure makeover. Sector agnostic, renewable energy crosses traditional industries, financial structures and national borders.
Honored to have worked with SOCOM, we have deep knowledge and experience in 3D printing, robotics, encryption, drones and unmanned systems as a highly fragmented category-killer-industry with potential venture capital type returns for institutional investors and strategic buyers.
Many companies need some type of reorganization of internal structures or balance sheet re-capitalization or seek a creative merger in order to take things to the next level. We know operations.
We work closely with management teams to understand the challenges of their current operational situation and how the company has been historically financed.
Money flows and Institutional Capital Markets are our specialty. We raise capital from institutions based on relationships that go back decades!
Having executed $5 billion in transactional value, we specialize in all areas of advisory services, including M&A, debtor advisory, fairness opinions, recapitalizations and capital markets.
Evaluating financing objectives, we identify an optimal capitalization structure and assist the company throughout the transaction process from start to finish.
projects have financial, legal and technical complexities that we understand. For investors and sponsors, environmental risks and social risks can impact project cost, return on investment and reputation.
Specialties: Kevin focuses on private and public equity capital raising, mergers and acquisitions advisory, valuations and fairness opinions, focused on clean energy technology and renewable projects across a spectrum of financial structures related to power generation, advanced technology and sustainability.
Sector focus: Power Generation, Transportation, Agriculture, Real Estate, Natural Gas, Software, Cloud Data, Server Farms, Renewables, Efficiency, Encryption, Aerospace and Defense, City Building, Waste Management, Biofuels, Bio-digesters, Mass People Moving, Fleet Logistics, Power Storage
Thematic focus: Commercial & Utility Scale Renewable Power Projects, Natural Gas Exploration & Production, Military/Defense & Homeland Security, Real Estate, Green Buildings, Lighting Efficiency, Electric Fleet Transportation, Robotics, Un-manned Systems, Power Systems & Energy Storage, Mobile Software, Cloud Data & Wireless Encryption.
Mr. Kevin Brooks founded THiNKGREEN! Global Advisors, Inc. (TGGA) in 2008 and as President and CEO leads the firm’s Global Institutional Capital Markets efforts and co-chairs the Investment Banking Commitment Committee. Volunteering with various non-profit organizations, he is dedicated to financing sustainability minded efforts and serves on the Board of Advisors for The Make It Right Foundation and the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI).
Based in New York City, Kevin has over 20 years of capital markets and investment banking experience across a spectrum of financial structures. Having successfully financed and advised some of the nation’s largest and most recognized power generators and electric utilities, Kevin’s expertise spans decades of distributed power generation and renewable energy technologies.
As Senior Managing Director for the Alternative Energy Investment Banking Group at Pali Capital, he spearheaded successful capital raise efforts in biofuels, wind, solar and clean municipal transportation private equity offerings, syndicated public offerings and multiple institutional fund raises.
At Merrill Lynch, Kevin served as First Vice-President, Institutional Capital Markets (CICG) Power Generation and Utilities Team, where he provided domestic and international capital markets sales coverage to institutional investors focused on power generation and utilities. During power market “deregulation” he and his team executed over $35 billion in public market equity raises as the #1 Institutional Investor globally ranked team on Wall St.
At The Robinson-Humphrey Company, an Atlanta, GA based affiliate of Solomon Smith Barney at the time, Kevin was a junior equity analyst in the equity research division for the Chief Market Strategist and Senior Market Technician with the economics, model portfolios and quantitative analysis group. While at RH, the research department was awarded the Wall Street Journal #1 Ranking for best regional equity research in the United States.
Mr. Brooks earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, and was an Honor Graduate with a BS in Business Administration.
Kevin Brooks is a registered rep with New Century Capital Partners, member FINRA & SIPC.
Renewable energy advocate Kevin Brooks is an investment banker, spoke on Climate Change and the effect on geopolitics and Economics at Harvard Club in NYC. Renewable energy advocate Kevin Brooks is an investment banker, spoke on Climate Change and the effect on geopolitics and Economics at Harvard Club in NYC.
THiNKGREEN! is pleased to announce that Jeremy Pinchot has joined us as managing director expanding our clean energy technology investment banking practice. THiNKGREEN! is pleased to announce that Jeremy Pinchot has joined the firm as a managing director and will help expand our clean technology investment banking practice, which is led by Scott Jenkins and Kevin Brooks. Jeremy's primary focus is providing mergers
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