At Cranganore, we reach beyond public markets. Our assignments often center on deal-making in private markets, acknowledging the role of unexpected political shifts, unproven valuation targets, and unreasonable deal expectations. We frame these imprecisions for project sponsors and capital sources alike.
Sonya was a globetrotter. She was regularly dispatched from the Moscow home office, along with a colleague or two, to review commercial operations at startups that benefited from her firm’s financial backing.
Florida beckoned. And Ponce de Leon negotiated with the Spanish Crown to take personal control of any lands he found on his explorations. Yet he apparently needed work on his diplomatic
Infrastructure is akin to the chorus in the 1920s song: “I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream.” More is always better, at least in the eyes of public officials. Networks and terminals can drive growth
Cybersecurity is the unfortunate growth industry. Black hats ply their trade in a never-ending array of data breeches, denial-of-service attacks, and ransomware demands. Large companies