2012 Finance | The Green Economy

2012 Finance

Deals traditionally done in banks are now being done in corporate boardrooms. Changes in financing, brought about by the demands of clean and bio-technologies, are now rippling through US industries. A great strength of capital markets is the ability to be flexible, finding new ways to change and evolve with new opportunities.

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What’s in this issue

Special finance section:

  • Cash is King – Corporations and Mid-Market Private Equity Fill the Gap for Corporate Expansion. But that means ‘New Rules’.
  • Funding New Initiatives – Mid-Market Companies in the Catbird Seat.
  • What the Fortune 500 Knows that You Should Know – ESG: Moving Beyond Risk Management to Value Creation.
  • Case Study: Campbell’s Soup – An Iconic brand with a nourishing plan for the long term


  • Gasification – Time to Make Money from Landfills.
  • Waka-Waka – A Powerful Solar Lamp with Plans to Light the World.
  • Patent-to-Profit – Making the Leap from Idea to Commercialization.
  • Interview: David Goldberg – Connecticut’s Director of Government and Legislative Affairs on Partnering with Private Industry.



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