Your Questions - Answered
Q5: What does the DPI® Accreditation Service provide?
The accreditation will have an identification number which is specific to the process on which the due diligence was carried out. Any variations to the original process and to the due diligence would not be covered by the accreditation and additional due diligence would be required.
Q6: As an investor what does the DPI® Accreditation mean to me?
The detailed due diligence carried out under our Debt Protection Service results in a given number of operational hours that would reflect the possible revenues generated by the technology reviewed in a projects business plan cash flow.
This due diligence process on the technology also forms part of the required due diligence under our Debt Protection Service, therefore, using technology that has been through the accreditation process could reduce the project due diligence time and save time and cost knowing that the technology could be suitable for funding.
By allowing us to become part of your team from the start, we can work with you to progress your business plan, from understanding your chosen technology, its design history through fabrication to commercial deployment, thereby reducing or duplicating cost related to other due diligence requirements by third parties, resulting in your project having a competitive advantage in the financial markets.
PLUS! by providing additional financial security to your project the platform provides you with benefits, such as;
YES! This is a typical issue faced by many manufacturers, where their technology has reached a certain stage in its development. Our Debt Protection Accreditation Service was created for this situation. The result from the programmes' due diligence is to be able to provide you with the knowledge the due diligence carried out under the programme is transferred to a project under the Debt Protection Platform and help your company in exporting the technology to projects abroad.
Q13: Will your due-diligence reduce the need for any other due-diligence requirements and insurances?
Due diligence is required by all the parties involved in a project, including the contractors for project delivery, operations and management contractor, equity and debt providers, according to their individual requirements. However, we strive to bring added value to our process and work with all parties to integrate, as far as possible, the due-diligence carried out.
Debt Protection Insurance (DPI®) DOES NOT replace any other insurance that may be required for further information and details please contact your insurance broker.
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