Infrastructure Risk Profiler
A service to help you improve the performance of your infrastructure investment portfolio.
Infrastructure Risk Profiler: Our competence, your confidence.
Infrastructure Risk Profiler (IRP) is a service that enables our clients to quickly and cost-effectively identify opportunities that match their individual appetite for risk. They do so secure in the knowledge that IRP’s extensive, high-quality analysis covers all factors pertinent to infrastructure projects, individually and holistically. This makes different infrastructure projects transparent and easy to compare.
Proper analysis of risks typically associated with infrastructure requires comprehensive expertise drawn from diverse fields. This is complicated by the fact that different areas of infrastructure investment risk impact one another and this, in turn, necessitates an understanding of the overall risk – which might be greater than the sum of the parts. Furthermore, each infrastructure project incorporates different risk allocations, which means that a broad range of expertise is needed.
The net result is a report that provides investors with all information needed to arrive at objective, reliable and well-founded business decisions. Complex infrastructure projects can now be assessed quickly and clearly, which enables investors to better secure a return on their investments. Completion of the thorough analysis within up to 4 weeks also saves time and money, all of which adds up to greater investor confidence.
We explore six dimensions of risk for your investment security
Discover the six infrastructure investment risks our team of experts looks at in greater detail. They analyse each area both independently and as an interdependent part of the overall risk profile.
We consider the impact of current and projected political, operational, legal, tax, economic and security risks on infrastructure investments.
The engineering risk is considered, as is the application of technology and engineering in the construction process and the operational phase.
- Natural hazards
Should tectonics, storms, flooding, extreme temperatures or other natural hazards pose a threat, these are carefully evaluated and factored in.
Creation of infrastructure might be affected by project setting, construction and operational management, changing costs and the ability to meet performance benchmarks.
Returns could be impacted by the ability to obtain environmental permits, emissions regulation or possible adverse effects of the project on the environment.
Reliability of business plans, changes to design or schedules that affect costs, shift of facility-management, maintenance costs over life cycle.