BFI continued in Libya as a restructured Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) Company, incorporated in Singapore in 2013. BFI leads the continuing development phase with China Railway Engineering Group (CREC) of their earlier bid to Design, Construct, Finance Lease Own, Operate and Maintain the Tripoli and Benghazi Metro and Integrated Bus Systems, the Project, first tendered in 2009. That tender was judged in favor of BFI-CREC in late 2010, but was disrupted by the Libyan Revolution in 2011. In 2012, the restructured and re-incorporated BFI renewed its exclusive association with CREC Group and returned to Libya under the leadership of Chairman Saleh Atia Ibrahim Atia.
BFI's management team consists of directors, associates and advisers who have more than 350 years of combined experience in large-scale project development, financing construction, and management in countries, including the United Kingdom, Norway, Libya, Australia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos and Jordan.