Swiss Growth Forum’s unique, branded roadshow luncheons bring together Andreea Porcelli’s international investor contacts from a career spanning 22 years and six countries of residence. Company executives have the opportunity to meet with international fund managers one-on-one or at private luncheon events. Our investor roadshows in Europe, Singapore, Dubai, Hong Kong, and the U.S. last anywhere from 5 – 8 business days and usually touch upon at least six cities. Company executives can expect to meet at least 40 institutional investors during a roadshow.

Apollo Enterprise Solutions has not met any company akin to SGF, that can assist us in getting our message out and sitting in front of the multitude and quality of institutional funds in continental Europe and the United Kingdom. The SGF team is unmatched in the industry.

Joseph Konowiecki

Chairman and CEO, Apollo Enterprise Solutions (AES:BH)

SGF puts together a stellar roadshow with serious level-headed investors. We were very pleased with the visibility, the follow-up from the meetings was very prompt, making sure to keep the opportunity in the forefront of investors’ minds and getting clear yes/no decisions quickly. I highly recommend working with this group for companies serious about expanding their shareholder base in Europe.

Gerald E. Commissiong

President and CEO, Amarantus BioScience Holdings (OTCQX:AMBS)


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 Global Finance Network Limited (“GFN”)

(A UK Company, with Advance Approval for the Enterprise Investment Scheme. Its trading subsidiaries will be regulated, as required, by the appropriate country authorities)

Business Overview

More and more company value generation is being obtained in the private sector. Even the so-called ‘Unicorns’ find the public markets troublesome, if they go there. The real
wealth and employment generation is happening increasingly within entrepreneurial, privately owned companies. But how and where do investors find them? How do the companies find investors? How do companies find the right broker? GFN provides solutions.

GFN intends to create a ‘super-brand’ on a global scale. Via its subsidiary companies, it is an introducer and arranger, matching private companies wishing to raise money with
those wanting to invest, via an appropriate, licensed broker/intermediary chosen by each company from GFN’s database. Matching is undertaken by reference to sector,
geography and deal size preferences, having checked all parties, including company management & Board, before registering them on the GFN platform.

Additionally, GFN helps each company assemble the documents needed for fundraising and checks their internal consistency, before handing the GFN secure virtual data room
of those documents to the chosen broker/lawyers. GFN helps to bring together the various elements to make deals happen better, faster
and with greater certainty of outcome.

To be clear, GFN is neither an investor nor a fund. It is also not a broker. It is also not a crowd-fundraiser – GFN’s typical deal size will be 1 – 50 Million (£,$,Euro,CHF).

The Company’s website sets out the GFN proposition and processes, including pricing. Please visit for the near-final (non-public) version
and to view the CEO’s introductory video. Arrangements are contracted, or agreed subject to contract, with all key business partners and service suppliers.

Investment Highlights

All costs to date have been paid by the Founders. GFN is now seeking the following investor funding:

Now – Up to £1 million for UK/EU launch
By Dec 2019 – £2-3 million for further growth and US launch
2020 – £5 million for growth
Cash flow breakeven anticipated during 2020.

Globally, there are over 20 million High Net Worth individuals, many of whom are seeking investments in up and coming private companies. If GFN attracts say 5% of that
population, that alone would represent a recurring annual income of over £150 million at current prices and that is just 1 of GFN’s 5 sources of income.

Within 3-5 years, GFN anticipates total income in excess of £300 million, with an EBIT margin of some 50% – the basis for a Unicorn valuation.