The energy and mining industries are now both truly global industries. This has translated, inter alia, into a variety of challenges such as environmental integrity, infrastructure requirements, commodity price volatility, local community impact and the establishment of strong governance and non-corrupt practices.
Challenges like these demand constant attention to protect the integrity of an investment plan right from inception; especially structuring and maintaining a sound cooperation between the investors, local communities and host governments.
The access to resources in particular is fast becoming one of the most important issues faced by the industry today. Suffice to say that without stable and willing governments there is no access to minerals, and without investors there is no risk capital to tackle modern projects that often require an array of additional infra-structure projects to become viable.
This brings about the need for effective dialogue between stakeholders in order to generate mutual trust and understanding at all stages of a project's development.
At Marys Capital Investments, we bring together decades of expertise gained at the world's largest mining and energy companies to the effect of facilitating these resource investments for both governments and investors. Our proven track record and wide ranging skills enable us to deliver effective solutions for our clients and their stakeholders.
We pride ourselves on delivering our services in a manner consistent with the highest international quality and ethical standards. Not only do we provide capital, we also deliver strategic insights along with it to companies or investors seeking to reach a whole new level of transformation. This is our solid commitment to our partners.
Our core investments are largely aimed at the full spectrum of energy and mining industries, but we continuously review the potential for nifty and opportunistic investments in technology, agro industry, transport and real estate.
Those investments are undertaken either directly for ourselves or on behalf of clients through an extremely rigorous process which combines multidisciplinary experts and executives for a holistic view and approach.
On new technology, for instance, we fully agree with McKinsey that technology alone is rarely the key to unlocking economic value and that companies create real wealth when they combine technology with new ways of doing business. Nonetheless, we believe that technology breakthroughs are both serious revenue generators and exciting business models.
This supports our desire to acquire a first mover advantage into technological ventures prior to them making it big. In that way, an even bigger margin potential is realized for our clients. This explains our passion for start-ups across industries particularly those with potential to create market discontinuities.
That approach is replicated through to the real estate sector, agro industry, transport and more as they all benefit from solid long term fundamentals underpinned by population growth and improving standard of living in emerging markets.
In order to raise the corporate profile of investors operating or looking to enter unknown areas, we research and advise on the best approach to embed your name into the local communities. Given the often changing stance of host countries and communities towards investors, we provide services involving regular surveying and engagement. This sustainable approach is critical to foreign and domestic investors alike.
Furthermore, we offer country monitoring services containing insights as to the in country political and economic dynamics. These can be tailored to the potential implications for your sector of interest. As a result, we are well positioned to make clear recommendations to our clients as to the expected impact on their business. In doing so, we support them in taking preemptive actions ranging from risks mitigation to voluntary exit.
Marys Capital Investments' initial focus is to encourage foreign investors to experience the potential for developing an opportunity. To speed up this process we will facilitate business development visits with access to key, high-level decision makers in country. We use our extensive networks to arrange meetings and assist with all details to ensure an efficient and effective visit across many countries.
Our local staff is well trained to organize and host door-to-door services which include transportation, high standard accommodation and personal security should the need arise. Finally, once the decision to invest is made, we help our clients secure office space in prime locations.
This is accompanied by additional services such as immigration compliance, local banking services and company registration procedures. We believe such comprehensive services guarantee that investors can focus entirely on developing their business on schedule and on budget in order to manage costs in an efficient manner.
Whether resource-rich or poor, every country understands the importance of quality advisory for ways to improving its economic growth, reduce poverty or improve human and infrastructure developments. How effective governments are in their policies determine the extent to which those challenges can be overcome.
Marys Capital Investments brings its wealth of technical and commercial experience to willing governments so they can maximize their benefits. We are also very acute at helping decision makers in promoting their economies pillars. We also advise governments on capacity building and do audit for their fight against fraud and corruption as they are key drivers to improving their business profile on the global scale.
We pride ourselves on sharing a similar approach to that of the IFCs through the blending of investments with advice. We happily collaborate with IFCs given their critical roles in development projects which we assess internally before injecting private equity. In areas such as energy and mining where we assist with capacity development, we also provide technical advice and expertise including in challenging places.
We are a privately owned equity investment and advisory firm with headquarters in Singapore. Our investments are appropriate for high risk high return investors given the industries and locations in which we navigate. Our directors and senior management are well seasoned business leaders with experience gained from fortune 500 companies and proven track records across industries. They lead our management team in line with our values of respect, integrity, performance, teamwork, leadership and safety. We aim to make a difference and invest in projects as small as application developments for start-ups in Africa and as large as mining projects in Australia. Our data is made available to clients only.
We aim to provide 10% of our annual profit after tax to charitable causes. Whether in the form of in kind donations or capital, we look for projects with positive impacts on communities. In particular, causes supporting minorities within the diversity space are incredibly important to us. They range from sponsoring women's association in Africa for small manufacturing projects to micro financing in India. We put absolutely zero restrictions to the areas we select for our donations and we provide directly what is needed to the communities without the use of any intermediaries. In addition, our donations are monitored on a continuous basis to ensure it remains utilized as per the original intent. This allows us to increase our support when we see a clear positive impact and sustained commitment from those benefiting from that support. Ultimately, we seek to contribute to the emergence of entrepreneurs at a global scale given their critical roles in job creation and boosters of economic growth.
We look for talented individuals with a proven entrepreneurial spirit and a keen desire to make a positive impact. We emphasize teamwork so that we can achieve better results and also challenge one another in a very positive way, but require all our staff to be able to fly alone on specific projects. We contribute in doing so to the emergence of some of tomorrow's leaders capable of tackling very complex issues while keeping in mind our core moral and business values at all time. If you feel you have those qualities and more, MARYS CAPITAL INVESTMENTS is the right place for you.
We understand graduates to be pivotal elements in our organization. One may remember that the shareholder value concept was first mentioned by a student in a Northern American University. For that reason, we expect a great deal from our young graduates as they instantly become an integral part of the company. They are given substantial responsibilities from day one along with a mentor within their department to ease the transition between college and a working environment. They are given the freedom to shape their own path within the department and are provided with top-notch training if they wish to cross over from one department to the next.
Whether you are looking to get deeper into your field of expertise or looking to start afresh, we are eager to hear your motivations and help you realize either goal. Marys Capital Investments brings together Lawyers, Economists, Engineers and many other disciplines so that we can have the possibility to look at the same issue from various perspectives. Your role is multi-faceted as it involves: mentoring the less experienced associates, making sure the right questions are being asked and providing key insights in accordance with our clients' most challenging and urging needs.
Positions available within the group are updated whenever opportunities arise and are advertised through the press when not posted on our website. We encourage you to send both a resume and cover letter when applying for a position. If you feel uncertain about which area or job opportunity you would like to consider, you have the possibility to apply for an unsolicited application via our contact center by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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