[SINGAPORE]– Perpetual Value International Ltd (“Perpetual Value”) is pleased to announce that it has launched its strategic Firm Commitment Equity Investment Program (“FCEIP”) for publicly listed companies globally. Perpetual Value has allocated up to USD 350,000,000 to be invested based over the next 24 Months. Perpetual Value’s FCEIP allows public companies to control the amount, timing, and minimum purchase price of any equity investment which guarantees operational flexibility for management teams. Perpetual Value aims to strengthen balance sheets as public companies continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Managing Partner of Perpetual Value, Paul Jaber, said:
“Perpetual Value could not be prouder to launch its strategic Firm Commitment Equity Investment Program for publicly listed companies. We look to partner closely and cooperatively with management teams and entrepreneurs that have track records of success. We believe that the combination of our industry knowledge, investment experience, and operational expertise provides Perpetual Value with an edge in identifying and creating value in investment opportunities. Our strategy is not only to work as partners with the management of public companies, but also to assist in the operations of their businesses and leverage all of the resources of our global platform.”
About Perpetual Value
Established in 2003 by Paul Jaber, Perpetual Value is a leading global investment firm that invests in public companies around the world. Perpetual Value International Advisors is the investment advisor for the Perpetual Value Funds and a number of managed accounts. Perpetual Value’s primary investment objectives are (i) to preserve capital in all market conditions and (ii) to generate attractive rates of return with low volatility by using a disciplined top-down approach. Perpetual’s approach is fundamental and research-intensive with high-quality people, pursuing the highest standard of excellence. Perpetual Value invests throughout the capital structure (including senior credit facilities, corporate bonds, equity, and equity-linked securities) and across a broad spectrum of companies and industries.