Having played a pivotal role in the financial close of numerous landmark independent power transactions throughout the developing world, K&M has established itself as a catalyst for successful implementation of international IPPs. The firm has assisted stakeholders with divergent interests and objectives to structure projects and allocate risks, as well as lead negotiations. Using various project finance techniques such as Build-Own-Transfer (BOT), Build-Own-Operate (BOO), and Build-Lease-Transfer (BLT), K&M has become one of the lead consulting firms in arranging and developing project structures and institutional frameworks that attract private capital investments and result in successfully closed transactions.
K&M advises governments and their relevant ministries to design comprehensive strategies that balance incentives for attracting investors with preservation of the public interest. K&M has advised on the development of institutional frameworks that encourage private infrastructure development. This involved drafting legislation that set sector structure, ensure enforcement of contractual obligations, establish independent regulators, and clearly articulate policies, procedures and regulations.
Based on its investment experience, K&M knows what it takes to mobilize private capital. K&M is a pioneer in developing innovative strategies that allocate risks, responsibilities and rewards of private infrastructure projects among the participants. The challenge of private project development lies in structuring a transaction that creates a commercially viable and financially feasible project