Providing debt orientated funding alternatives to development and operating stage companies
RCF Credit intends to create a diversified portfolio of credit investments across three broad strategies: development capital, growth and operating capital and special situations.
Providing credit funding alternatives
Attracting risk capital to the development and expansion of mines needed to provide critical metals and minerals relies on ready access to credit which has become increasingly difficult and expensive for mining companies.
We intend to provide a range of flexible debt-orientated funding instruments to both development and operating stage companies. Our experienced team will consider opportunities across all commodities and comfortable funding high quality assets in sectors and geographies where there is less appetite from commercial banks.
Our core focus is on privately negotiated bespoke debt packages complemented by investments in the public and privately traded debt markets.
RCF Credit has deep experience providing credit instruments to the mining sector using flexible approaches to structuring.
Managing Director, Head of Credit Strategy
David joined RCF in 2019 following a banking career in London that included senior positions with Bank of Montreal and Société Générale. During this time he led a wide range of mining financing and advisory transactions across, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Prior to this he worked as an Exploration Geologist and Precious Metals Analyst.
Michael has worked as a representative for RCF in London since 2006 and he has extensive experience in mining and mining finance. Prior to his work with RCF, Michael was head of mining finance at three investment banks: NM Rothschild & Sons, Société Générale and Barclays Capital. He commenced his investment banking career in 1989 after working in the mining industry for a number of major mining companies.
Investment Team Leader
Antony joined RCF in 2020 after 15 years in commodity and mining finance with Investec Bank. He has broad experience across different strategies and market conditions from project and development finance to corporate lending, commodity derivatives, and equity alternative investment transactions.