Lender’s Engineer


Lender’s Engineer

Pro­ject finan­cing is a key ele­ment of invest­ments in the indus­try and infra­st­ruc­tu­re sec­tor. In gene­ral, a pro­ject deve­lo­per seeks to finan­ce a signi­fi­cant part of the con­struc­tion cos­ts by bor­ro­wing through a spe­cial pur­po­se vehi­cle, which tends to take the legal form of a limi­ted lia­bi­li­ty com­pa­ny. For this rea­son finan­ciers need a com­pre­hen­si­ve risk assess­ment and a well-docu­men­ted pro­ject basis befo­re making any finan­cing decisi­on, and a sui­ta­ble pro­cess to moni­tor the pro­gress and qua­li­ty of the pro­ject during implementation.

Role of ILF

ILF pro­vi­des engi­nee­ring and manage­ment ser­vices to enab­le finan­ciers to eva­lua­te pro­ject risks befo­re signing a finan­cing agree­ment and sub­se­quent­ly until repay­ment of finan­cing has been com­ple­ted.
Using the expe­ri­ence gai­ned from plan­ning and exe­cu­ting signi­fi­cant invest­ment pro­jects, ILF’s experts make an assess­ment of the con­struc­tion bud­get and sche­du­le and check whe­ther the assump­ti­ons of the finan­ciers are rea­son­ab­le and inclu­de suf­fi­ci­ent finan­cial reser­ves.
Addi­tio­nal ser­vices ren­de­red by ILF inclu­de che­cking the avai­la­bi­li­ty of suf­fi­ci­ent finan­cial reser­ves, pre­vious con­cepts and the finan­cial model for the base­li­ne sce­n­a­rio (base case).

Fol­lowing finan­cial clo­sure, ILF will moni­tor pro­gress against plan until repay­ment of finan­cing has been com­ple­ted. ILF’s ser­vices fur­ther­mo­re inclu­de pre­pa­ring a com­pa­ri­son of the pro­ject reve­nues and the repay­ment requi­re­ments during con­struc­tion and operation.

Benefits to Clients

ILF has deve­lo­ped a reli­able road­map for the pro­vi­si­on of tech­ni­cal advi­so­ry ser­vices to finan­ciers which com­pri­ses pre-defi­ned review and eva­lua­ti­on cri­te­ria. This enab­les ILF to car­ry out trans­pa­rent and effi­ci­ent reviews in kee­ping with the respon­si­bi­li­ties of a tech­ni­cal advi­sor to a finan­cier. ILF’s advi­so­ry ser­vices will pro­vi­de a clear under­stan­ding and quan­ti­fi­ca­ti­on of the major pro­ject bene­fits and risks, and recom­men­da­ti­ons to impro­ve bene­fits and miti­ga­te risks. As a result, bene­fits and risks of a pro­ject will beco­me more calculable.

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