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Project Financing by ICICI Bank

Project funded by ICICI Bank

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Project Financing by ICICI Bank

  1. 1. Presented By: Shweta Singh
  2. 2. Company Profile  ICICI Bank is an Indian multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in Mumbai, India.  ICICI Bank was formed in 1955 as a financial institution to provide project financing to Indian industry.  The ICICI Bank has a leadership position and is acknowledged for its comprehensive domain expertise and knowledge in different sectors.  The project finance team of ICICI Bank has also played a key role in assisting the Government of India in formulating policies relating to various segments of the infrastructure sector.
  3. 3. Major Sectors Covered  Power  Roads  Ports/Airports  Manufacturing and Mining  Oil and Gas
  4. 4. Classification of PFG  Infrastructure Finance Group (IFG): IFG caters to the funding requirement in the infrastructure sector like power, telecom, roads, ports, airports, railways and urban infrastructure.  Manufacturing Projects group (MPG): MPG caters to the funding requirement in the manufacturing sector like oil & gas, steel, aluminium, cement, auto and mining.  Infrastructure Equity Group (IEG): IEG is engaged in providing equity support to projects in various established as well as upcoming sectors.
  5. 5. Services offered by PFG  Rupee term loans  Foreign currency term loans  External commercial borrowings  Export credit agency backed funding  Non fund based facilities like letter of credit, bank guarantee supplier’s credit, buyer’s credit etc  Equity funding
  6. 6. Project Finance Procedure Detailed Evaluation Preparation of Appraisal Memorandum Risk Matrix is Generated Credit Approval Issue Letter of Intent Loan Agreement
  7. 7. Industry Specific Loans  Construction Loan  Construction sectors of Rs. 3,00,000 crore which includes infrastructure, commercial, retail and residential space is projected to command an outlay of Rs.18,00,000 crores in the next 10 years.  Working Capital • Working capital as cash-credit facility. • Facility for a period of 12 months. • Floating interest rate. • Interest levied only on amount utilized.
  8. 8. Contd…  Educational Institutions  Private or public, primary, secondary or higher education.  Term Loan • ICICI Bank offer term loans for establishment of educational institutes. • Term loans are structured with flexible options of repayment based on the needs of the project and offered with competitive prices. • Foreign currency loans is also available.
  9. 9. Contd…  Pharmaceuticals  ICICI Bank has team of pharma specialists that helps in pharma business through focus, innovation and sharing.  Working Capital • Cash Credit.
  10. 10. Contd…  Information Technology  ICICI Bank has experts that helps in business of IT services and hardware distribution with working capital facilities and all kinds of forex products and advisory services.  Term Loan.
  11. 11. Project Funded  Hydro Power Projects  Teesta VI Hydropower Project by Lanco Teesta Hydro Power Pvt Ltd Project Details Total Project Cost Rs 32.8 billion Capacity 500 MW Location Sikkim Components 4 125-MW turbine-generator units Equipment Supplier Alstom Hydro of France Power off-taker Royalty: 12% to state of Sikkim Balance: Saleable Energy
  12. 12. Contd…  Karcham Wangtoo Hydroelectric Plant Project Details Loan Amount Rs 1500 Crore Total Project Cost Rs 7,150 Crore Year of Construction 2005 Purpose To generate power Capacity 1000 MW Project Location Kinnaur district, Himanchal Pradesh Year of Completion 2011
  13. 13. Contd…  Vishnuprayag Hydro Power Project (400 MW, Uttaranchal)  Baspa II Hydro Power Project (300 MW, Himachal Pradesh)  Baghliar Hydro Power Project (450 MW, Jammu & Kashmir)  Srinagar Hydro Power Project (330 MW, Uttaranchal)  Malana Hydro Power Project (86 MW, Himachal Pradesh)
  14. 14. Contd…  Roads & Highway Project  Zirakpur-Parwanoo Highway Project Project Details Loan Amount Rs 15 Crore Year of Construction 2007 Purpose To connect Zirakpur in Punjab and Parwanoo in Himachal Pradesh Project Location Zirakpur, Punjab Total Length 28.690 KM
  15. 15. Contd…  Manufacturing and Minning  Metal sheet (iron and steel) fabrications Project Project Details Loan Amount Rs 75 Lakh Year of Manufacturing 2011 Purpose Production of Metals Project Location Patelnagar, Dehradun Loan Tenure 60 Months
  16. 16. Contd…  Airport Project  Indira Gandhi International Airport Terminal 3, India.  Construction of the terminal project was started in February 2007 and was completed by March 2010.  Project cost Rs 128 billion.  Role in Indian Financial Infrastructure  National Stock Exchange  Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited (CRISIL)  Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (Rs 28 Lakh)
  17. 17. Advantages  This framework creates optimal risk identification, allocation and mitigation and helps to minimize residual risk.  ICICI Bank’s project finance credits are generally fully secured and have full recourse to the borrower.  ICICI Bank has a security interest and first lien on all the fixed assets and a second lien on all the current assets of the borrower.  ICICI Bank’s borrowers are required to maintain comprehensive insurance on their assets where ICICI Bank is recognized as payee in the event of loss.
  18. 18. Contd…  ICICI Bank appoints technical and market consultants, they are required to monitor the project's progress and certify all disbursements.  ICICI Bank also requires the borrower to submit periodic reports on project implementation including orders for machinery and equipment as well as expenses incurred.  ICICI Bank continues to monitor the credit exposure until its loans are fully repaid.

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