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Project Finance Loan


For Investors or Sponsors

  • Better returns
  • Off-balance sheet financing
  • Longer term financing
  • Risk sharing through joint venture
  • Increased borrowing capacity

For Third Parties

  • Additional investment in public infrastructure
  • Risk transfer
  • Lower project cost
  • Third party due diligence
  • Transparency
  • Technology transfer

This loan is suited for:

Greenfield projects
Facility expansion projects
Production expansion projects
Independent power generation facilities
Natural resources projects (Mining, Oil or Gas)
Public infrastructure projects: Toll-road Systems, Airports, Shipping Ports or Railway Systems

Application requirements

The study should include the project description, location, legal status, ownership, and background and status of key elements of the project structure, such as agreements, licenses, local partner participation and financing.

Including interest during construction and working capital requirements, by major cost category and country of origin. These include:

  • Any "soft costs" such as development costs, development fees, owner's contingencies and other similar items.  
  • Proposed coverage for interest during construction and the method of calculation.

Including the proposed source, amount, currency and terms of the debt and equity investments; the sources of finance in the event of project cost overruns; and description of escrow accounts.

All other sources approached for financing must be disclosed.

Including a sensitivity analysis for not only the expected scenario, but pessimistic and optimistic cases as well.

  • Present and projected capacity of industry
  • Product demand forecast with assumptions
  • Description of competition and projected market share of the project as compared to the shares of the competition
  • Identity and location of customers
  • Marketing and distribution strategy.
  • The project should have long-term contracts from creditworthy entities for the purchase of the project's output and inputs such as fuel, raw materials, and operations and maintenance.  
  • The project should have an appropriate allocation of risk to the parties best suited to manage those risks.  Sensitivity analysis should result in a sufficient debt service coverage ratio to ensure regular debt servicing for the term of the debt.
  • Total project cost should be comparable to projects of similar type and size for a particular market.
  • Pricing and costs should reflect market-based pricing.