Processes for Developing Bankable Project Pipelines
Develop the analytic process for scaling up the development of pipelines of bankable projects that meet the requirements of investors (public and private).
The approach of this systematic analytic process builds on global best practices and integrates them into a national context and bankable investment vehicles through a defined process:
1) Develop a sector-specific Global Ecosystem Assessment of best practices of business models, potential partners, and scaling approaches that meet investor requirements
2) Develop National Scans to adapt the approaches set forth in the Global Sector Ecosystem Assessments, refining the design of business models, selection of partners, and scaling approaches that meet investor requirements
3) Develop Bankable Investment Vehicles, using aggregation and developing local ecosystems
Supported by the Covenant of Mayors in Sub-Saharan Africa, with support from GIZ and the European Union.
Invitation to Partner
GlobalDF invites interested parties to this analytic process for high-impact results, integrating proven financial models, risk mitigation, and sources of finance (public and private).
Overview: The Analytic Process for Developing Bankable Investment Vehicles
The Process: (1) Global Ecosystem Assessments, (2) National Scans, 3) Investment Vehicles
Why Global Sector Ecosystem Assessments? Global best practices provide the optimal foundational basis for developing bankable investments
Why National Scans? Bankability is achieved through adapting to national context of issues and solutions
Unlocking Finance through Bankable Investment Vehicles: Develop Scaling Approaches that Meet Investment Requirements
Example of Scaling through Pooled Fund of Several Projects
Long-Term Imperative: Build National Ecosystems of experts, dynamic peer-exchanges, with an on-line platform