Investment Philosophy

Ensure security of asset and remunerative projects

 Monopolistic/high barriers to entry
  •  Committed end-user (e.g. state utility in case of a IPP)
  •  Significant demand/supply gap (e.g. a road upgrade project between 2 high density cities)
  •  First mover advantage leading to high entry cost (e.g. if local sponsor has access to critical resource like land and permissions on which a project is developed)
Stable & secure opportunity
  •  Strong policy / government support
  •  Clear legal documentation
  •  Credit enhancement as required (e.g. ISPOs etc)
Value generation through life-cycle of investment
  •  Holistic value addition across project development (as applicable), project construction and project operation
  •  Value creation from Day-One (e.g. urban infrastructure)
  •  Addresses ability to develop, construct and operate on the ground in similar markets
Clear and quantifiable execution visibility
  •  “Realistic” resources evaluation (e.g. labour and equipment availability)
  •  Assessment of achievable efficiency in African context (e.g. dry/wet season evaluation, skills evaluation)
  •  Identified risks associated with project interfaces (e.g. sub-contractor performance, logistical dependencies such as access to port)



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