• equity / debt funding
  • joint venturing
  • partnerships
  • project loans & start ups
  • management performance
  • private placement memorandums
  • support services
  • loan syndication
  • financial advisory services
  • operational auditing

Since 1983, The Vitala Group has been raising project financing, we receive numerous applications for all types of project financing and as we do not act as finance brokers we recommend the most appropriate source for a project’s evaluation.

Project financing is based on the merits and risk aspects of the project rather than on security and corporate considerations.

The key to project financing is risk allocation and management. The risks associated with a new project can be identified and managed by allocating them to those who are best equipped to deal with them. The process ensures that a more sensible and therefore more financeable project risk profile is attained enabling the successful realisation of promising new projects.

It should be kept in mind that we always
represent the client’s best interests, not those
of underwriters or investors.

We do not charge up-front fees
or any other hidden fees
for Project Financing

We charge a success fee only

Parties interested in applying for project finance, please click on the button

Project Finance Application
Form in the Home page


The Vitala Group of Companies, operating since 1983 in global project finance and development works has now reached a stage where we have to deal with the following, on an almost daily basis:

- Unknown persons inserting scam accusations and messages onto websites

- Attempts to hack into Vitala Group email accounts

- Dealing with infringement of copyright, faking our corporate logos, our email and our website

In general we find that we need to defend claims and assertions made, which are either blatantly incorrect or misinformed, by defending ourselves on respective Scam websites.

This also applies to “unknown individuals” who are bent on issuing negative statements and/or references about our commercial activities, none of which can be corroborated.

The problem here is that anybody can make any type of accusation at any time, without ever having to reveal their names and/or entities and it becomes virtually impossible to know who to believe.

This is an unfortunate development which many other Groups face, who deal with global project finance and finance developments of one type or another, and who have grown in size internationally.

The only way we can ensure a reduction of the mis-use of our corporate name and logo is to constantly refine our general business terms and conditions as stated on our website:


Under the section Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) we attempt to address any/all queries a potential developer may have, and yet still we are dealing with ignorance and malicious attempts to smear our corporate name.

When reading any statements or comments about us on Internet sites (none of which declare the ownership or control of the sites) it is advisable to always read our replies thereafter.

In conclusion, when coming across this type of accusation it quickly becomes clear that in most cases they are the result of disgruntled “would-be developers” who seek revenge to cover their inability to understand how global financing works.

Therefore, please use this letter and forward it to any parties who make such accusations.