Our Consulting Network
Capital Market Transactions
Development Funding Programs
Economic Incentives Programs
We can offer you a broad range of public and private funding solutions through bond markets and conventional sources, through economic and community development funding programs, and through industry specific financing programs.
We are experienced bankers and real estate executives, capital markets experts, and attorneys with specific expertise in capital project transactions and financing. We have served as senior staff or as advisors to economic development agencies in New York City, New York State, and New Jersey.
Why Does This Matter?
At the heart of every transaction exists a partnership between you and the ThinkForward team. Together, we can design and implement optimal financial solutions for you.
Founder, Principal, Managing Director
Investment banker. Municipal financial advisor. Entrepreneur. A critical theme runs throughout Sunil’s long, accomplished career: the drive to leverage capital to fulfill unrealized potential.
Specialist, Tax Incentive Programs
Robert is a key member of the ThinkForward Financial team, providing critical insight into how financing, real estate transactions, and incentives are interconnected.
Specialist, Capital Markets & Bonds
Having represented a diverse client base with at times differing perspectives on real estate development, securities, and the capital markets, Gil has complementary areas of expertise in public and private project financing. He applies this holistic understanding to ThinkForward projects.
Quantitative & Credit Analysis
Gregg has diverse experience in public financing with major Wall Street investment banking firms, giving him a broad perspective on funding strategies. As ThinkForward’s Senior Credit Analyst, he brings significant insight into overcoming the limitations of large investment banking firms.
Specialist in Economic Incentives
Due to a strong background in commercial real estate leasing and development, Lee understands the many factors that affect decision-making for real estate projects. He believes economic incentives should complement and fit a real estate strategy—and not the other way around.