خدمات دراسة الجدوى الاقتصادية
A well-designed feasibility study should provide a historical background of the business or project, a description of the product or service, accounting statements, details of the operations and management, marketing research and policies, financial data, legal requirements and tax obligations.
Excellence Consultancy has completed a wide variety of feasibility studies for clients(Saudi Industrial Development Fund (SIDF), the Saudi Credit and Savings Bank (SCSB), Ministry of Finance, Saudi Food & Drug Authority (SFDA) and major private banks). Our clients represent all types of organizations including large corporations, medium size companies, entrepreneurial start-ups, and non-profit organizations.
Project loans, which account for the largest portion of ODA Loans, finance projects such as roads, power plants, irrigation, water supply and sewerage facilities. The loans are used for the procurement of facilities, equipment and services, or for conducting civil and other related works.
Engineering Service (E/S) Loans
Engineering Service (E/S) loans are for engineering services which are necessary at the survey and planning stages of projects. These services include reviews of feasibility studies, surveys on detailed data on project sites, detailed designs and the preparation of bidding documents. In the same manner as Project Loans, completion of feasibility studies or their equivalent and confirmation of the project’s overall necessity and relevance are prerequisite for this type of loan.
Financial Intermediary Loans (Two-Step Loans)
Financial intermediary loans are implemented through the financial institutions of the recipient country based on the policy-oriented financial system of the partner country. These loans provide funds necessary for the implementation of designated policies, such as the promotion of small and medium-scale enterprises in manufacturing, agriculture and other specified industries and the construction of facilities to improve the living standards of the poor. local financial institutions, strengthening of the operational capabilities of these institutions and the development of the financial sector of recipient countries are also expected as the result of these loans.
Sector loans are for materials and equipment, services and consulting required for the implementation of development plans in a specific sector consisting of multiple sub-projects. This type of loan also leads to improved policies and systems in the sector.
Program loans assist recipient countries seeking to improve policies and implement general system reforms. Compared with former structural adjustment loans, these loans support implementation of national strategies or of poverty reduction strategies over longer time spans.
In order to stabilize their economy, commodity loans provide settlement funds for urgent and essential imports of materials to developing countries that are experiencing a worsening foreign currency situation and facing economic difficulties. These loans are often used to import commodities such as industrial machinery and raw materials, fertilizer and pesticide, agricultural and other kinds of machinery, which are agreed upon beforehand between the Japanese and recipient governments.
Sector Program Loans
This type of loan is a Commodity Loan used simultaneously to support development policies in prioritized sectors of developing countries. Local currency (counterpart) funds received by the government as payment for foreign currency sold to importers are utilized for public investments for sector-specific development.
The Credit Department is the authority responsible for the running of the lending program for industrial projects erected by the private sector within the Kingdom. The department is well organized and staffed with the qualified personnel required for optimal functioning and achievement of set objectives. It consists of specialized credit divisions besides the coordination and credit information analysis division, all-running under the supervision of the Department Manager.
- Develop business plans and feasibility Studies.
- Develop/review financial analysis and projections which consist of financial statements, balance sheets and cash flows.
- Determine the recommended scope of services including service lines, as well as research and educational components.
- Conduct market analysis to review projects sustainability relative to the local population and anticipated business opportunities.
- Identify strategic partners (i.e., government entities, private employers and insurance companies) for the purpose of developing mutually beneficial contractual arrangements.
- Evaluate external sources to identify services that could potentially be provided (i.e., maintenance and security) and provide recommendations regarding the appropriate services to outsource and their financial impact.
- Review operational costs such as malpractice, insurance, utilities and salaries.
- Provide necessary recommendations regarding the appropriate investment in building, equipment, Health Information Technology and working capital needs.
- Conduct surveys and interview board members, community leaders and other key influential stakeholders who can play a positive role in the success of the project.