Utilising private debt to finance mining projects in Africa is the “new, new” thing in mine finance.
Addressing the first day of the three day Paydirt 2016 Africa Down Under mining conference in Perth, Northcott Capital Managing Director, Mr Nick Martin, reiterated the fact that the gap between project finance and private debt was closing.
“The gap between project finance and private debt is closing – but it’s not the silver bullet,” Mr Martin said.
“Make sure you understand what you are buying. What is the true cost? What are the tangible and intangible benefits? Make sure you run a competitive process and get good advice,” he said.
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