Evaluation of asset portfolios

In M&A deals with significant volume of operational assets and projects under development, the overall strenght of the company evaluation is often a function of the weakest moving part and this be anything from the PPAs under management, through the contruction and operation standards, all the way to the team’s experience and skills.

Topics covered in Portfolio Evaluation

Most important areas in the evaluation among others.

PPA Models

Project Revenues

Licensing Coverage

Project Performance

Construction Standards

Customers Strenght

Country/Currency Risks

Contractors

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an usual timeframe for the evaluation of a portfolio

It takes anything between couple of weeks to several months, depending on the depth and volume of the evaluation. A fixed timeline will be sent prior to engagement based on the preliminary information, including portolio size, locations of projects and status.

What is the format of the report being produced?

You will receive a complete due diligence report, covering all topics from above with recommendations and a risk scenario scale, Usually it is to be expected 30 to 50 pages depending on the volume of the portfolio.

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