Investment Process

AINDA applies ESG processes to identify and manage investments, aligned to best practices (ILPA and UNPRI) and supported by a proven systems platform.

  • Frequent contacts with companies devoted to searching for capital sources
  • Presence in forums relevant for the sectors
  • Approaches to different managing teams in each sector.
  • Leveraging contacts of Committee members
  • Generation and negotiation of new ideas, developing and entering into  strategic alliances that render strategic control and competitive advantages.
  • Analysis and presence in governmental development plans.
  • Development of a technical file for a project, to find out whether it complies with basic eligibility criteria.
  • Analysis of  business models to reflect them on a financial model.
  • Market and geographic location analysis.
  • Evaluation of investments and opportunities to create value
  • Risk identification and management.
  • Environmental, social, and corporate governance considerations.
  • Determination of assumptions and sensitivity analysis.
  • Selection of base cases and upsides.
  • Compilation of background from partners or shareholders of companies and projects.
  • Possibility of exiting from an investment.
  • Technical and business peer review by alliance members.
  • Production and negotiation of investment contracts and shareholders agreements
  • EPC structuring and contracts with optimal offtakers.
  • Creation of solid work teams.
  • Defining capital structures and ways to participate in trusts.
  • Incentive schemes for partners, investors, and operators.
  • Options for optimization of tax strategies
  • Compilation of a closing information binder.
  • Inclusion of planning in adequate monitoring.
  • Active participation in governance bodies of the promoted companies.
  • Following up the defined strategy to ensure operational and financial metrics.
  • Monitoring by means of project management methodologies.
  • Reviewing of annual budgets
  • Improvement of management processes and systems
  • Development of new businesses
  • Relation with regulatory authorities and local governments.
  • Seeking for compliance with regulations, standers, conduct codes, and international standards.
  • Reviewing of environmental, social, and corporate governance implications.
  • Sale process with two parties or a limited number of participants.
  • Conversion of dept into equity or the other way around.
  • Mergers with companies
  • Signing contracts for the following:
    • Unsecured debt
    • Securitization
    • Public offering of shares
  • Exiting the CKD through a Fiber-E or asset transferal to a Fiber-E.