LynxOr America – opening doors to new markets across the Atlantic

Welcome to LynxOr America

LynxOR America is a division of LynxOr Global, was formed exclusively to support economic growth – both export growth and foreign direct investment – between the UK and the United States of America. LynxOr North America is our division dedicated to providing foreign direct investment (FDI) and international trade consultancy services to government departments, trade promotion agencies and corporations interested in opportunities within the United States of America.
 
With operations centred in the State of Virginia, LynxOr Global has access to the nation’s political, military, diplomatic and trade association leadership in Washington DC, as well as the high tech industries of the East Coast, including aerospace and defense clusters in Florida. 
 
Strategically situated, LynxOr Global has ease of access to State capitals throughout the continental United States, allowing us to build and maintain long-term relationships with state political, industrial and trade leaders. Understanding the imperative of strong relationships with Federal, State and local government officials ensures that LynxOr Global have the capabilities to proactively support foreign direct investment into the United States while simultaneously supporting increased export opportunities for world leading American corporations interested in the United Kingdom, and Commonwealth.

About us

LynxOr Global was founded in 2019, bringing together the wide-ranging business interests of our founders from across the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth, the European Union, the United States of America and the Middle East & Northern Africa.

A unique, truly international and multi-tiered company, LynxOr Global’s various divisions are individually structured to provide both capital appreciation and yearly income to our shareholders. Returns are generated via our three-tiered investment approach; consultation-based income; capital appreciation and royalties from equity investments in listed and public corporations; and near-passive capital appreciation from a residential income-producing portfolio.