Kariba Capital is a boutique financial services group focused on serving emerging growth companies. We offer bespoke capital markets, financial advisory, and business development services to exceptional companies and management teams.
Kariba raises debt & equity through INTE Securities LLC.
Kariba provides business development, corporate and financial advisory services to a select group of exceptional companies.
Kariba offers business development, strategic and financial consulting services to companies of all sizes.
Representing companies, family offices, and financial sponsors seeking to engage in an acquisition, sale or merger.
Kariba represents clients seeking to purchase or dispose of physical assets or Intellectual Property assets.
Kariba coordinates capital markets andcorporate access events for companies seeking to improve their visibility with high value investors.
Leveraging our extensive experience in Emerging and Developing markets, Kariba can provide value added insight and expertise for companies seeking assistance in accessing these markets and to companies based in these economies.
Kariba Capital was founded by Derek Caldwell to provide Financial and Strategic Advisory, M&A Advisory, and Capital Markets services to emerging domestic and international growth companies with strong management teams and innovative products, services, and strategies. The firm possesses competencies in mining and metals, natural resources, healthcare services, medical devices, biotechnology, energy, technology, and financial services. Kariba may also provide capital raising and placement services to its clients. Securities and transactions are offered through INTE Securities, LLC, a FINRA member firm and SIPC member. (FINRA BROKER CHECK).
Kariba Capital takes its name from Lake Kariba in Africa, a continent that the firm's founder, Derek Caldwell, has a long-standing connection to and where he has extensive professional and personal relationships. Lake Kariba, situated on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, is the largest man-made lake and reservoir in the world by volume and was filled between 1958 and 1963, flooding the Kariba Gorge on the Zambezi River. A true engineering and logistical marvel requiring the resettlement and relocation of thousands of people and animals native to the area, the lake is and was originally designed to be a hydroelectric reservoir to provide clean power to the two countries. Lake Kariba now boasts a thriving, diverse ecology within the lake and on its shores and currently supports a variety of commercial industries including fisheries and tourism.