How PIDG companies support the infrastructure development cycle
PIDG’s specialist companies work at every stage of the infrastructure project development cycle and across the capital structure, as the graphic below shows.
Its companies’ infrastructure finance products are designed to fill market gaps, where commercial financing is not available.
Our companies’ infrastructure finance products are designed to fill market gaps, where commercial financing is not available.
|Financial close||Commercial operation|
|Concept||Early stage development||Construction||Operation|
|Technical Assistance Facility (TAF)|
|InfraCo Africa||Able to hold equity stakes during construction and operation|
|The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF)|
|ICF-DP*Closed to new projects at the end of 2015|
*Closed to new projects at the end of 2015
**In wind down
PIDG companies and technical assistance funds
Debt, guarantees and mezzanine
The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF)
Providing long-term foreign currency loans across Africa.
Providing local currency guarantees for infrastructure financing in Africa and south and south-east Asia and dollar-denominated guarantees in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States.
Infrastructure Crisis Facility – Debt Pool
A time-limited company, set up in 2009 and closed to new business in 2015, ICF-DP provided long-tenor loans to support infrastructure projects which had become stranded by the global financial crisis.
Green Africa Power
Providing financing and support for renewable projects in Africa.