Project finance can take the form of financing of the construction of a new capital installation, or refinancing of an existing installation, with or without improvements.
In such transactions, the lender is usually paid solely or almost exclusively out of the money generated by the contracts for the facility’s output, such as the electricity sold by a power plant.
The borrower is usually a Special Purpose Entity (SPE) that is not permitted to perform any function other than developing, owning, and operating the installation. The consequence is that repayment depends primarily on the project’s cash flow and on the collateral value of the project’s assets.
We offer project financing options for all those who qualify.
With this method of funding the lender looks primarily to the revenues generated by a single project, both as the source of repayment and as security for the exposure.
Project Finance transactions play an important role in financing development throughout the world. As stated above, this type of financing is usually for large, complex and expensive installations that might include, for example, power plants, chemical processing plants, mines, transportation infrastructure, environment, and telecommunications infrastructure.
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