Transaction Cycle

Stage 1: Business Origination

  • The investment officers identifies the business opportunity and determines if it is aligned with IIC’s strategy.
  • Initial conversations are held with the client to determine their needs and IIC’s potential role.
  • Once IIC's investment officer and manager validate the business opportunity, it is added to the transaction pipeline.

Stage 2: Eligibility Review

  • The investment officer assesses the transaction’s potential financial and development impacts and risks.
  • IIC's Senior Management team determines the eligibility of the transaction for IIC participation.

Stage 3: Due Diligence & Approval

  • A mandate letter is executed.
  • The investment team conducts a due diligence visit.
  • The investment team conducts an in-depth analysis of transaction’s financial and development impacts and risks.
  • The investment team negotiates with clients terms and conditions for approval.
  • Transaction is submitted to the relevant IIC body for consideration and approval.

Stage 4: Closing & First Disbursement

  • The client and IIC execute legal documentation for the transaction.
  • The client complies with conditions precedent for disbursement.
  • The funds are disbursed as stated in the legal documentation.

Stage 5: Supervision & Ex-post Evaluation

  • IIC monitors to ensure compliance and conducts ongoing supervision, including annual visits.
  • The client provides repayments until final repayment of the transaction is completed.
  • IIC closes its books on the transaction when the investment is paid in full.
  • IIC conducts ex-post evaluation to ensure clients continue a sustainable growth trajectory once our engagement is completed.