Project finance is a specialised form of financing used to fund large-scale infrastructure, energy, and industrial projects.

Some key benefits of asset finance:

Cash Flow Focus: Project finance relies heavily on the project’s cash flow to repay debt. Unlike traditional asset-based lending, which typically requires tangible assets as collateral, cash flow lending places less emphasis on security.

Enhanced Financial Flexibility: Project Finance offer flexible repayment terms, tailored to the borrower’s financial profile and business needs. This flexibility allows companies to manage their debt obligations more effectively and adapt to changing market conditions.

Global Reach: Project finance is widely used for infrastructure projects worldwide, including energy, transportation, telecommunications, and social infrastructure. It attracts financing from diverse sources, including commercial banks, multilateral institutions, export credit agencies, and institutional investors.

Overall, project finance facilitates the development and implementation of complex infrastructure projects by providing a structured approach to financing, risk management, and stakeholder alignment. It enables sponsors to mobilise capital, share risks, and execute projects that contribute to economic growth and development.

  • Oil and Gas
  • Mining
  • Infrastructure
  • Transportation
  • Telecommunications
  • Energy and Power Generation
  • Government Contracts