Tralphium has built a team of resources who possess over 25 years of experience in advocacy, international banking, corporate treasury operations, investment and risk management services, negotiation and financial project management. Some of our representative experience includes:

  • Structured $123,000,000 Power Purchase Agreement with the Government of Pakistan for the installation of a 250-megawatt power facility in Pakistan.  Negotiated tariffs, third party contracts, and investment terms and conditions.
  • Represented North American water and power companies in 380 million bond financing for multi‐state wind generation facilities; $150 million acquisition of energy facilities; and $25 million design‐build contract for a water desalination facility.
  • Developed specialized banking services for the oil and construction industries in Saudi Arabia and provided corporate and project finance expertise for global financial institutions in North America.
  • Advocated and promoted election modernization, updated legislative framework, and adoption of best practices in Nepal and Pakistan.
  • Lead financial structuring, negotiation and transactional oversight of Joint Venture in Saudi Arabia for the acquisition and sale of $250,000,000 investment.
  •  Developed business relationship, negotiated and secured engagementment for the restructuring and improvement of the Pakistan Foreign Trade Institute. 
  • Bank risk management and compliance audit service programs designed to manage global investment portfolio objectives for multi‐national financial institutions.
  • Transaction structuring services developed to provide short and long term funding needs for international projects in real estate, energy production and distribution and financial services sectors.
  • Developed programs to assisted various public and private entities in Pakistan.
  • Developed integrated solutions involving public sector organizations such as the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, U.K. Department of International Development (DFID), International Finance Corporation, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), and the U.S. Export Import Bank.