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    REAL ESTATE
    IPEG is a global investor, developer, and operator with a pervasive regional market network that leverages its diversified
    capital and operational infrastructure to capitalize on exclusive commercial and residential real estate opportunities.
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    FINANCE
    Single asset and corporate finance debt transactions through the entire capital stack, including senior,
    subordinated, bridge, and mezzanine debt and preferred equity; our professionals have worked with a variety of lenders
    and intermediaries, including commercial and investment banks, insurance companies, credit companies, pension funds,
    mortgage REITs, government agencies, and mortgage brokers.
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    BIO PRODUCTS
    Bioproducts has been identified as an emerging sector within IPEG’s growth strategy, which positions
    IPEG perfectly for new growth and investment.
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    IT
    IPEG investS in early stage, start-ups and turn-around companies in diversified areas including but not limited to:
    telecommunications, information technology and high-tech sectors regionally and globally. The Company invests
    in a portfolio of low-to-medium risk businesses, with an emphasis on providing growth capital to emerging
    companies operating in the telecommunications and information technology sectors.
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    HEALTHCARE
    IPEG Healthcare Investments actively invests in the human medicine, biotechnology,
    medical technology and diagnostics sectors and related areas. The company holds and
    manages an international portfolio of some twenty five promising companies.

SOCIAL COMPROMISE

The future depends on what we do today.

IPEG strives to protect our environment, which includes conserving natural resources while complying with all applicable local, national and international environmental, health and safety laws. We endeavor to instill environmentally aware practices throughout our operations, from our global corporate processes to the individual actions of our employees and others working on our behalf.

latest news

Fledgling Swiss economy to pick up in 2016 GENEVA,

Overall GDP growth in Switzerland for 2015 is expected to reach 0.9 percent, up 0.1 percent compared to the June forecast, the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) indicated. Source:www.english.news.cn

IPEG and Royal Investment AG entered into a mandate agreement

as co-mandatees for providing the investment amount in a debt/equity model needed for the development of a new privately owned port and logistics facility project. The project is a green-field container and grain terminal located in a black sea coast country. The project encompasses construction and operation of a commercial port&logistics center over a land plot with total area of 250 thousand square meters.

Slow U.S. Consumer Spending Signals Caution

Confidence index slips in November as businesses struggle to pin down what is driving spending patterns.
Source:www.wsj.com

The Swiss economy should wean itself off cheap

mortgages and improve labour productivity to stay “best in class”, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Source:www.swissinfo.ch

IPEG has made an investment,

into a listed Turkish textile fabric company at an amount of 1.940.000 CHF acquiring 22% of the capital of the Company.

IPEG and Royal Investment AG entered into a mandate agreement

as co-mandatees for providing debt/equity financing for a commercial retail center located in NY,USA, of which the noteworthy investors and lenders including global investment bank, have committed approximately 70% of the total investment amount of the project . Swiss economy set for bumpy ride in 2016. The economy suffered in 2015 after the Swiss franc-euro exchange rate cap was suddenly lifted last January. Will business pick up in 2016? Looking into his crystal ball, economics professor Sergio Rossi says the country faces a difficult year ahead with its future closely linked to eurozone policies and bilateral relations with the European Union.
Source:www.swissinfo.ch