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  1. 1. Are Banks Shutting You Out? Since the financial crisis of 2008 banks are not lending like they use to. As a consequence borrowing criteria have become stricter as banks tightened their belts on their lending terms thus resulting in difficulty to get project funding from the mainstream banks.
  2. 2. What Banks Look For Collateral Credit Worthiness Large Deposit Revenue
  3. 3. What Lenders Look For Pre Finance Stage Financing Stage Post Finance Stage Project Identification Funding Arrangement Due Diligence Letter Of Interest Capital Drawdown Monitor and Reviews Capital Closure Financial Feasibility Risk Minimising
  4. 4. Type Of Project Project Structure Financial Structure Financing Sources Funding Funnel Sector/ Industry
  5. 5. Debt Financing vs Equity Financing Loan must be paid back Will have a defined pay back schedule Will probably have interest charged May be offered a moratorium No equity stake required Money will be 'invested' into project Investor will provide funds in return for part ownership/equity stake in the company There will be an exit strategy This is not a 'loan' and as such Will not have a defined pay back schedule Shares may be issued to raise financing
  6. 6. CROWD SOURCING CROWD SOURCING PRE-SEED SEED SERIES A/B SERIES C+ M&A IPO $5M SHARE HOLDERS GRANTS VENTURE CAPITAL ANGEL INVESTORS GROWTH FUND WEALTH MANAGERS INVESTMENT BANKS CORPORATE FUNDS Project Funding Walk Through ** See Notes
  7. 7. Project Structure Business Plan Project Documents Project Financials Project Finance Personnel Operations Management Experience Marketing Products/ Services Executive Summary Business Plan Collateral Revenue
  8. 8. Seed Angel Investors Venture Capital Private Investors Banks Investment Banks Corporate Funds Hedge Funds Financing Sources
  9. 9. Project Funding Risks Completion Operation Environment Financial Building, Vendors and Subcontractors Corporate Governance, Equipment and Resource Insolvency, Structure and Hedging Politics, Location and Expert Evaluation
  10. 10. Your Project Funding Process Executive Summary Business Plan Large Deposit Revenue Check Your Business Submissions And Issues LOE Follows Up To Keep You Updated From Start To Finish Sources Relevant Funding Partners Access To Competitive Rates Organises A Conference Call Between You and The Funder
  11. 11. Project Funding Isn't As Hard As You Think
  12. 12. Notes: http://www.vector-eps.com/math-formula-vectors/ **The figures displayed on this slide are for indications only and are not exact figures Visit www.prestigeintermediaries.com for more information about project funding