Innovation management2023-04-12T13:24:07+02:00

Innovation management

Mezzanine financing is a modern and bank-independent form of financing!

What is mezzanine capital?2023-03-31T14:32:13+02:00

Mezzanine financing is a modern and bank-independent form of financing. This type of financing is classified between debt and equity capital (the Italian term “mezzo” means “half”). Mezzanine capital as debt capital must be repaid after a certain contractual period.


Integration of Society in Real Equity Invest – PTG Solutions Plc2023-04-12T13:56:13+02:00

The following statements very much reflect the experiences made by the management and consultants of PTG Solutions Plc, during various integrations and restructurings! If an integration is set up incorrectly, employees and managers are primarily preoccupied with their own concerns, customers are neglected, “chess moves” by competitors are recognised and responded to too late, projects fall by the wayside, set goals are no longer pursued and change initiatives fizzle out!

Strategic interest and participation in companies2023-04-12T13:56:42+02:00

The second area of activity of PTG Solutions Plc, is strategic investments. A strategic investment is a dominant or controlling interest of medium to long-term duration where, in contrast to a financial investment, the strategic motives of the investor predominate. Reasons for a strategic investment can be, for example, the generation of inorganic growth or value creation through the expansion of the value chain.


PTG Solutions Plc, attaches great importance to transparent and holistic risk assessment. Therefore, risk analysis and risk management are of central importance.

Opportunities are, for example, the possibility of gaining customers or retaining regular customers through new or improved products and services. These opportunities can be jeopardised by (attractive) offers from competitors or by technological and economic policy changes (risks). As soon as the risks become too great from the point of view of those responsible, appropriate measures must be taken. The selection of measures is based on the decision-makers’ assessment of their own strengths and weaknesses (compared to competitors). Create a SWOT analysis: analysis – strategy – successful control!

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