Transaction Services

Buildings

Advisian consultants draw on their practical experience and a global network of technical and environmental expertise to provide rigorous assessments of proposed investments

Transaction Services leverage Advisian’s due diligence processes and capability by applying these within the structure and requirements of each different transaction type for Corporate and Project development activities.

 

Mergers & Acquisitions Advisory

Advisian’s Mergers & Acquisitions services support the corporate development activities of companies and government-owned entities across all sectors for mergers and acquisitions, divestitures and privatisations.

Our focus is to provide independent assurance through a rigorous analysis of the available documents and material issues associated with inorganically growing or rationalising of asset portfolios.

We provide techno-economic, environmental and social due diligence to support mergers, acquisitions and divestitures:

  • Deal origination and screening

  • Initial strategic reviews and risk assessments

  • Buy-side target due diligence

  • Sell-side vendor due diligence

Lender’s Independent Advisory

Advisian’s Lender’s Independent services support the global lending community for major capital projects across all sectors.

Advisian has the domain knowledge backed by real-world experience to meet the needs of debt providers to major capital projects, including Financial Advisors, Mandated Lead Arrangers, Export Credit Agencies, Sovereign Funds and other third party debt providers.

We provide independent techno-economic, environmental and social due diligence to lenders for project finance transactions including non-recourse project finance, export credit agency finance and structure trade finance:

  • Initial reviews and risk assessments

  • Pre-financial close due diligence

  • Equator Principles compliance assessment

  • Implementation monitoring

  • Technical completion test development and oversight

  • Operations monitoring for loan term