Project Finance

The Project Finance Team at LEXITAG consists of lawyers focusing on all aspects of structuring, negotiating, documenting and advising on complex infrastructure and project finance transactions.

Large-scale projects are subject to a range of challenges, including structuring and financing issues, government regulations, engineering, procurement and construction and other contractual issues, local law coordination, and other elements that cross national and regional boundaries. Clients rely on us to help them achieve their most ambitious project Bengaluruls. When we work with our clients on these projects, we provide more than just legal counsel. We provide business and strategic advice – structuring, negotiating and documenting the full array of project and financing agreements tailored to each client's needs.

Our team develops innovative ways to solve problems and tackle complex matters. We provide practical and commercial advice for our clients, bringing even the most intricate transactions to completion. Our knowledge base is ever-evolving–a combination of skills drawn from lawyers around the world—tempered by strategic perspective and business acumen.

Our involvement in power projects spans renewable energy, thermal and hybrid projects of wind and diesel and wind and solar. We also draft and negotiate financing agreements and other ancillary contractual arrangements necessary for these projects. We also give advice to clients on applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

The Government of India and State governments have opened up opportunities for development of ports, roadways, highways and social infrastructure including healthcare projects.. We give assistance in project finance, documentation and structuring. We provide a comprehensive service right from the bid stage, to structuring the transaction, forming consortia and financial closure for the execution of concession agreements and commercial contracts.

Key Advantages of Copyrights

  • Allows the promoters to undertake projects without exhausting their ability to borrow amount for traditional projects.
  • Limits financial risks to a project to the amount of equity invested.
  • Enables raising more debts as lenders are sure that cash flows from the project will not be siphoned off for other corporate uses.
  • Provides stronger incentives for careful project evaluation and risk assessment.
  • Facilitates the projects to undergo careful technical and economic review.
  • Eliminates the dependency on alternative nature of funding a project.
  • Facilitates the arrangement of liability financing and credit improvement, accessible to the project but unavailable to the project sponsor.
  • Enables the diversification of the project sponsor’s investments to reduce political risk.
  • Gives more incentive for the lender to cooperate in an atmosphere of a troubled loan.
  • Enables to have prolonged credit opportunities.
  • Matches specific assets with specific liabilities.
Project finance primarily benefits sectors or industries where, projects are structured as a separate entity, apart from their sponsors. Let us take the example of a stand-alone production plant. This is assessed in accounting and financial terms separately from the sponsors’ other activities. Generally, such projects tend to be relatively huge because of the time and other transaction costs involved in structuring, and because of the considerable capital equipment that needs long-term financing. In the financial sector, by contrast, the large volume of finance that flows directly to developing countries’ financial institutions has continued to be a part of the usual corporate lending kind.