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Investment Documentation

Strategic documents form an integral part of investment documentation. They are needed to measure the feasibility of the investment and are most commonly in the process of launching a project idea so that an investor can make a decision that is based on realistic indicators (go / no go decision). They are used in all sectors of the economy. The Aestus team can offer its clients the following strategic documents:

Feasibility study

Each investment project must be operationally and financially justified, i.e. viable (bankable). The document describing the above mentioned is pre-feasibility study, feasibility study, investment study or business plan (for smaller investments). The feasibility study serves a potential investor to be able to objectively assess whether he will embark on the realization of the project. They are most commonly used for obtaining bank loans, co-financing from individual EU funds or for securing private financing.

Feasibility study with cost and benefit analysis

The cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is an inevitable part of the project documentation needed to co-finance public infrastructure projects from the EU Structural Funds. Their purpose is to determine whether the project, from a social interest perspective, is desirable for investment. CBA analyses, according to the prescribed methodology, analyse all the benefits and costs of the project and provide justification of financing via public funds.

Multicriterial analysis

Multi-criterial analysis (MCA) can be used as an add-on or alternative to cost and benefit analysis. Scope of works allows ranking of projects that give different results and have different extras. The main difference between multicriterial analysis and cost and benefit analysis is that cost-benefit analysis ranks solutions based on social welfare, and multicriteria analysis allows comparison of different goals. It is suitable for evaluating multi-purpose development programs.

Cost efficiency analysis

Cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) allows comparison of alternative projects that address the same problem and identifies the most cost-effective solution for a company. The goal of such analysis is to choose the cheapest way to achieve a goal or to maximize the result at a given cost.

Concession feasibility study

Concession feasibility study is a compulsory annex to the concession grant and constitutes a fundamental document for the evaluation of the bid and selection of the most favourable offer. The study demonstrates the economic justification, i.e. the profitability of the economic use of the public asset, which determines the height of the permanent and variable part of the concession fee for the economic use of the maritime asset. It also determines the amount of total investment and investment in environmental protection according to the estimated degree of environmental endangerment, which represents significant criteria for the evaluation of tenders.

Marketing strategy

Each project that is market-oriented must have a well-developed strategy of exporting its products or services to a targeted market. The marketing strategy represents long-term marketing goals in the target market and the choice of an appropriate approach tailored to the target market.

Business presentations

Each project idea to be presented in a positive way to future stakeholders should be presented in a professional way. Aestus team can provide a professional corporate presentation that will present your project idea in a simple, easy and understandable way.