Global investment banking involves raising capital such as equity or debt for clients in international commerce, and offering advice on possible acquisition and merger transactions. There are many global investment banking firms that aim at helping clients make the most of opportunities, both abroad and domestic, to ensure their financial success. These companies work closely with clients and offer plenty of services, strategies and solutions that include raising capital from private and public sectors and financial restructurings. Unlike normal banks, investment banking companies do not accept deposits and offer loans, instead they are dedicated to helping corporations or individual clients who need financial guidance to grow their business. In fact, they serve as consultancy firms and help clients decide on their next business move. Nowadays, many government officials, private institutions and business owners are opting for global investment banking services.
A graduate of Columbia University and Georgetown University Law Center, Robert N. Vohra has spent over 20 years in private legal practice, with extensive experience in transactional law and domestic and international tax law. He also possesses considerable experience in general corporate representation and litigation on behalf of business entities involved in various industries. At present, he is a Managing Director at Longstreet Worldwide LLC, and heads the firm’s east coast operations from Washington, D.C. Longstreet Worldwide LLC is a multinational real estate and energy investment banking company that offers a wide range of services, including acquisition, consulting and structured financing on projects ranging from 25 million dollars to 750 million dollars. With offices in Asia, Europe and North America, the company strives to bridge the gap between project funding and international capital.
Robert N. Vohra also served as the President of Sherwood Capital Corporation, worked as an agent to large real-estate firms, international corporations, and investment and pension funds. He has previously worked at Vohra & Associates, PLLC; Knapp, Marsh, Jones & Doran, Los Angeles; Shawn, Mann & Steinfeld, Washington DC; and Thiemann, Aitken & Vohra, LLC, Alexandria, Virginia. Robert N Vohra is admitted to the New York, California and District of Columbia bars, and holds a real estate salesperson license and a Life and Health Insurance insurance.