EPC Contractors

The SPV engages with/employs an Engineering Procurement Constructor(s)(EPC), who manages the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction of the project, reporting to the SPV and representing the Project Owner. For each project, a budget and cash flow would be established, in order for NGIF to understand the magnitude of needed project funding, to include a reasonable risk allowance, plus the timing of when budgeted amounts are expected(cashflow).
The project budget will contain cost elements from EPC and Operations & Maintenance (O&M) contractors, plus cost elements and overheads of the SPV. In the bank of NGIF, dedicated account(s) are opened for the individual project(s), account(s) to place the funding, and later to make cost disbursements.
Once the contractors begin producing and committing costs, they shall invoice the SPV monthly, against the required budget and cash flow, as per the entered contract between the contractor and the SPV. The SPV then certifies monthly the contractor payment applications and passes them on to NGIF, including own and agreed-on costs which NGIF will accordingly review, and once it is agreed that it is in accordance with the agreed and/or adjusted budget, payments will be made from NGIF vs. SPV.

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Capital for Project Funding

NGIF is building up non repayable project funds, based on trading with financial instruments, hereunder MTN / PPP Investments.

NGIF Looking for Partners

NGIF partner with Public,  Private and Third-Party investors to invest either as a direct investment looking for a fixed ROI, or providing investments as Collateral.

The needed NGIF requirements

To enter NGIF trading & project funding programs, potential partner need to provide: NDA, MOU,KYC/CIS, (POF & RWA), DOCA.

How to Attract Collateral Providers

Upon securing invested collateral, the target  of NGIF´s trading is to build non repayable profits to be used to finance global sustainable infrastructure projects.