TEV study is a risk mitigation task undertaken in respect of any industrial activity prior to decision taken by bank, whether Bank should lend for such project or not.
- Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of an existing business.
- Analyze threats and opportunities of the current market.
- Streamline resources required to make it a success.
- Understanding the prospects of the project.
- Project loans appraisal
- Project financing (including term loans)
- Revitalizing distress assets
- Sharpening leadership skills for managing the team
- Cutting expenses without compromising on quality
- Automating your business
Techno-Economic Viability (TEV) Study provides project appraisal for technological parameters and their impact on financial viability. Undertaken by banks and financial institutions, a TEV study is a risk mitigation exercise conducted before banks or financial institutions' decisions on its lending decisions for projects.
No project can be risk-free. Hence, the analysis of this degree of technical risk associated with financial viability through a Techno-Economic Viability Study (TEVS) assists lenders in taking a different perspective on the acceptability of the degree of risk involved in any project. It considers an analysis of technological risk, financial risk, market risk, and regulatory risk. A critical evaluation of these parameters is essential for a relevant TEV study. Sapient has the right skill sets to deliver, assists financial institutions and various banks in conducting a TEV study.
The main aim of conducting a TEV study is to:
This study is mostly required by banks, engineering firms, Asset Reconstruction Companies (ARCs), and other institutions for the following purposes:
A TEV report requires in-depth knowledge of both – Technical and Financial aspects. It forms an integral part of any project management wherein a well-defined TEV study will increase the project's success.
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