WCG Selected to Advise on Multi-Million Dollar Equity Campaigns

khottavo September 6, 2012 No Comments

Whitlock Capital Group has been chosen to advise a private client in regards to raising $300 million in equity for a waste management company. The firm was also recently selected to advise a client in the private placement of $117 million real estate transaction in the Midwest.


With some of the industry’s most extensive resources and some of the best financing terms available, Whitlock Capital Group has established itself as a top debt and equity financer throughout the United States and North America.

Whitlock Capital Group’s commitment to providing its clients with innovative and comprehensive capital and transactional solutions has established it as a leader in commercial real estate financing. In addition to offering developers and investors financing options that range from traditional debt and bridge loans to mezzanine and equity financing, Whitlock advises clients interested in structuring complex credit facilities.

Whitlock Capital Group boasts strategic capital partnerships and lending relationships with investment and merchant banks, hedge funds, venture capital firms, pension funds, real estate investment trusts, life insurance companies, and others. These relationships allow Whitlock to offer clients as much as 100 percent financing in credit tenant lease transactions and as much as 98 percent financing in joint venture transactions.

In each transaction, Whitlock consults with clients to determine the capital solution that best suits their investment objectives, and then provides financing that is congruent with those same investment objectives. Currently, the firm’s network of investors has more than $500 billion in assets under management.

A member of the Minnesota Commercial Association of Real Estate, the company helps real estate owners, operators and developers efficiently complete complex and time-sensitive transactions. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the company maintains an additional satellite office in Charlotte, North Carolina.