Investment Criteria


Projects where private sector developers are unwilling or unable to take on the upfront development costs and risks on their own

Development Impact

Projects must deliver development benefits for the poor and meet social and environmental best practices

Commercial Viability

Projects must be commercially viable (to attract private investment and ensure a return on the sale of IAD equity)

Investment Methodology

Step 1: Project Identification
  • Identify and screen infrastructure opportunities
Step 2: Assessing Feasibility
  • 6 months – 1 year
  • Feasibility studies
  • Commercial & legal due diligence
  • Technical assessment
Step 3: Project Development
  • 1 year
  • Develop projects until financial close
  • Permits & regulatory navigation
  • Engineering/design
Step 4: Investment/Capital Raising
  • Project structuring/Finance
  • Partner with local and foreign stakeholders
  • Attract investments from private sector
  • Promote success of the projects and partners

Our Competitive Advantage

Development Capital

  • Financed mandate from the Private Infrastructure Development Group & DFID (via Infraco Asia)

Track Record in Myanmar

  • Agriculture: Myanmar and foreign experts who have on‐the‐ground experience in several segments
  • Logistics and Transport: Roads, real estate, construction and telecommunication towers
  • Renewable Energy: Conducted Wind Resource Assessment and Mapping of Remote Rural Electrification Sites for solar micro-grid

Access to Domestic and International Investors

  • Completed financial transactions in excess of US$2 billion in the region and closed more than a hundred transactions ranging from USD 1‐100 million over 15 years.
  • Working Relationships with Developmental Finance: ADB, IFC, AFD, UNDP, UNEP, etc.