GIC Capital - Connecting People, Project, and Capital

GIC Capital Corp.


At GIC Capital, we specialize in connecting government, industry, and community to provide equity-funding capital for infrastructure projects over $1Billion.

Our seasoned partners have long-term business relationships.

These relationships have resulted in Global partnership opportunities.

GIC focuses on strategic alliances in the infrastructure development sector. Mainly, in providing a better solution for governments than the current P3 model, demonstrating sustainable and predictable cash flows.

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Why: To build portfolio strength

At GIC Capital CORP we include environment, social responsibility, and governance (ESG) factors within all of our investment programming and analytics for traditional and alternative asset classes.

This process identifies good environment stewards that pay strong attention to occupation, health, safety, social, and technology issues and are well managed and governed.

By integrating ESG factors into our investment approach, we reward companies embracing good corporate citizenship and provide the impetus to change those that maybe lagging. In a world where ESG issues are growing in importance, we believe this focus will drive meaningful differences in risk and return over the long term.


To assist and collaborate with Governments, helping develop key infrastructure by providing simple financing and operating solutions.


  • Low Cost Housing– Single & Multiple Dwelling Developments
  • Transportation– Highway, Infrastructure Roadways, Train & Bridges
  • Water– Desalination, Dams and Agriculture
  • Energy– Solar, Wind, Hydro Dam & Bio Plants
  • Ports– Deep water ports, Airport Terminals
  • Health– Primary & Tertiary Care Facilities
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At GIC, we understand that Governments do not always possess the financial capacity to supply the often very large amounts of capital required for infrastructure projects. Since infrastructure project cash flows are mostly in local currency, P3 or the current international investment models face additional risks.

Even though there has been greater consistency in global infrastructure financing, Countries have seen a negative impact on their National Debt Load. The GIC alternative offers a stable and much more favorable solution.

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