PROJECT FINANCING (PF)

IPF engages in structuring and packaging the transactions whereby both capital goods and working capital financing is required. The Company utilizes mixture of financing tools depending on the availability of sources and project specifications. The financing terms varies depending on the projects’feasibility, industry, economic and other technical specifications. specially in power projects, limited recourse financing is possible with collaterals on off-take contracts.
In short, Project Financing is a financing facility that determines the loan collateral mainly by evaluating the Project in terms of the actual cash flow generated and the assets of the Project itself, not of the Company which owns the Project. Project Financing focuses not on the Company’s general financing needs, but on the financing needs of the investment project and its projected cash flow.
Project Financing was derived from the quest for wide availability of different resources and financial instruments that could be used to improve current investments or to engage in different fields without, of course, distorting the company’s current balance sheet structure. Project specific risk management strategies must be used as much as possible in order to meet such demands and to form the financing packages required.
Project Finance; support to productive projects with national and international partners.

A funding method for an activity in which debt is issued and repaid with the income of the activity itself. Additionally, the assets the initial debt financed generally serve as collateral. Project finance can be high risk but still carries lower risk than simply not securing the debt. It also allows for persons and companies with little start-up capital to innovate and contribute to the economy

IPF is specializing in helping entities secure financing for commercial, industrial and raw land development. We focus on international development projects and non-traditional sectors.

Project Finance

• Helping the developer assess the credibility of a project
• Assessing financial, economical, technical and legal feasibilities
• Developing financial models, establishing contacts with and presenting projects to financing parties
• Structuring the financing, negotiations and execution