Polyroads are able to offer turnkey project management and finance for infrastructure projects to stable developing countries. These projects are financed through international institutions. Multilateral development banks and bilateral development finance institutions play a significant role in supporting the private and government sector in developing countries. They provide critical capital, knowledge, and partnerships; help manage risks; and catalyze the participation of others. They support the kind of entrepreneurial initiatives that help developing countries achieve sustainable economic growth. This role is becoming increasingly important for development institutions, along with more traditional aid and public sector financing.
Risk identification and allocation is a key component of international project finance. Project financing willbe evaluated on a number of technical, environmental, economic and political risk assessments. Furthermore, financingroad projects must have a meaningful impact in growth for the respective country, poverty reduction and improving peoples lives.
- The World Bank
- International Finance Corporation
- Africa Development Bank
- Nordic Investment Bank
- Multilateral Investment Fund
- Well governed countries
- Transparent and accountable countries
- Acceptable Sovereign Guarantees