Getting beyond the project idea
Infrastructure projects get done when they have been proven bankable, at which point they will attract the necessary investments – directly by NAIAD or from a variety of international capital sources. NAIAD’s job is to define and quantify the conditions underlying a project’s investment attractiveness. Bankability demands a project structure that makes sense financially, economically, socially, and operationally. Hence, NAIAD works with project proponents to establish the right delivery strategy; to execute the financing and planning stages; to ascertain and strengthen the project ecosystem; to train, develop or ramp up the domestic supply chain; to train the regional human capital; and to deliver a profitably-performing asset.