MPCEE Joint Venture Opportunities
& Project Finance
MPCEE as an environmental management consultancy, operating in the global marketplace, receives numerous enquiries from businesses seeking joint venture partners and funding for their projects. In this context we welcome the opportunity to place your project within our portfolio, either as an investor or as a project seeking funding or further development.
There is always a need for a participating partner, wherever one is in the world and for this reason we would like you to become one of our participating partners. Give us an insight to your operational requirements and let us assist you in fulfilling them!
MPCEE offers the opportunity to source your requirements (product, service, technology) on the basis of the strict due diligence and non-disclosure regulations that we operate under. We cannot guaranty nor do we imply that the information supplied to us is correct; other than the questions we pose to the originator usually induces a lengthy response and the receipt of an executive summary and the full business plan.
PROJECT FINANCE OPPORTUNITIES
The unique position of MPCEE, as a financial structuring source, allows us to either source your funding requirements or, to place your intended investment with one of our Partner Operations. We do not now discuss over the Internet the details of projects that seek funding, nor do we indicate the clients that want to invest. For further information on all projects please respond to Contact MPCEE
DO YOU HAVE A PROJECT THAT REQUIRES FINANCIAL STRUCTURING
Investment Proposal Information
q Give a description of the project.
q Sponsorship, management and technical assistance:
ü History and business of sponsors, including financial information.
ü Proposed management arrangements including names and business backgrounds of managers.
ü Description of technical arrangements and including external assistance (management, production, marketing, finance, etc.).
q Market and sales:
ü Basic market orientation: local, national, regional, and/or export.
ü Projected production volumes, unit prices, sales objectives, and market share of proposed venture.
ü Potential users of products and distribution channels to be used. Present sources of supply for products.
ü Future competition and possibility that market may be satisfied by substitute products.
ü Tariff protection or import restrictions affecting products.
ü Critical factors that determine market potential.
q Technical feasibility, manpower, raw material resources, and environment:
ü Brief description of manufacturing process.
ü Comments on special technical complexities and need for know-how and special skills.
ü Possible suppliers of equipment.
ü Availability of manpower and of infrastructure facilities (transport and communications, power, water, etc.).
ü Breakdown of projected operating costs by major categories of expenditures.
ü Source, cost, and quality of raw material supply and relations with support industries.
ü Import restrictions on required raw materials.
ü Proposed plant location in relation to suppliers, markets, infrastructure and manpower.
ü Proposed plant size in comparison with other known plants.
ü Potential environmental issues and how these issues are addressed. Has an EIA been undertaken?
q Investment requirements, project financing, and returns:
ü Estimate of total project cost, broken down into land, construction, installed equipment, and working capital, indicating foreign exchange component.
ü Proposed financial structure of venture, indicating expected sources and terms of equity and debt financing.
ü Type of financing (loan, equity, quasi-equity, a combination of financial products, etc.) and amount.
ü Projected financial statement, information on profitability, along with return on investment.
ü Critical factors determining profitability.
ü Project preparation
An Executive Summary and full Business Plan will be required. Due Diligence fees will be payable and are calculated on the level of investment funding required. These fees should not be added to the funding requirement, but will be required to be paid before a Letter of Intent is issued.