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IIDC Overview and Profile

Vision, Structure, Strengths and Services

IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (IIDC)

Our Vision
Vision

Developing infrastructure projects, benchmarking against


international & national standards, ensuring induction of
best practices and efficiencies towards implementation

Approach

Creation of a Business Plan of the opportunities:

Collaborate with Federal and/or Local Government and its


Agencies to address infrastructure needs
Introduce rigorous project development to successfully
commercialize private sector led projects
Engage in infrastructure enabling policy formulation
Assist in obtaining funds during project development and
implementation

Board of Directors
Mr. Ravi Parthasarathy - Chairman

Executive Chairman, IL&FS

Mr. Hari Sankaran Director

Managing Director, IL&FS

Mr. Arun K Saha Director

Jt. Managing Director, IL&FS

Mr. Sandeep H Junnarkar Director

Advocate, Junnarkar & Associates

Mr. Pradeep Puri Director

CEO, NTBCL

Mr. S D Kapoor Director

Former Chairman & Managing


Director, MMTC Ltd.

Mr. S C Tripathi Director

Former Secretary, Govt. of India

Mr. C P Jain Director

Former Chairman & Managing


Director, NTPC Ltd.

Organogram
Chief Executive Officer

Department Heads

Sectoral Leaders

Territorial Leaders

Assignment Supervisors
Human Resource
Corporate Secretarial
Legal

Core Teams
Support Teams

Finance & Accounts


Corporate Review & Planning

Researchers

Administration

Support Staff

Information Technology

What is IIDC
The infrastructure development arm of IL&FS, also domiciling its extensive
portfolio of Projects across sectors

Objectives:
To develop world-class infrastructure on self-sustainable
basis, especially on Public-PrivatePartnership (PPP)
formats
To create synergistic development opportunities with Federal,
Regional & Local Governments and the Private Sector
To undertake bankable project development, from concept to
commissioning stage
Our USP: Pan sector knowledge, geographic presence, strong understanding
of policies & processes & market penetration

Market breadth and penetration:


Across the nation and internationally
GOVERNMENTS
Central Government

International
Organizations

Private Sector

State Government

IIDC

Multilateral & Bilateral


Organizations

What We Do
Nature of Services

Solving the Infra Paradox


Capital need
Great need of
Infrastructure
creation

Infrastructure
Sustainability
Investments with
Steady Returns

The Missing Link identification and structuring


Can be addressed by suitable project development

Project Development
BANKABLE PROJECTS BY ENSURING

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

Techno-Economic Viability : Financial Rate of Return

Risk Management : Identification , Mitigation, Allocation

Adequate Economic Rate of Return

Rigorous Environmental and Social Assessment

Conformity to public standards and transparency

Appropriateness of the Institutional and Legal Framework

Project Delivery Process


Bankable Project

Development
Identification
Detailed
Feasibility/
Structuring
Project Scheduling

Financing Structures
Bidding Structures
Contractual Frameworks
Legal Documentation

A Continuous Process
Project Marketing
Project Bidding
SPV formation
Selection of Operator/
Investors

Monitoring
Compliance with
Performance std.
Regulatory M/c
Auditing/Reporting
Project Transfer

PPP Approach
Goal

Attract private investments for infrastructure


projects

Need

Leverage limited budgetary resources


Improve efficiency in service delivery

PPP
approach

Private Sector contribution for:

Financial investments
Management practices
Efficiency in service delivery

Public Sector contribution limited to:

Financial gap funding


Providing institutional commitment to project

Services offered from concept to


commissioning
Few Products and Relationships

Concept/
Screening

Technical &
Financial
Feasibility
/Appraisal

Bid Process
Management

Funding
(PDF/Equity)
& Syndication

Implementation/
Monitoring &
Supervision

Nature of Services & Practices


Project Development especially PPP assignments
Development Consulting
Project Appraisal
Detailed Technical and Financial Feasibility Assessments
Program Management
Policy Advisory
Project finance Advisory
Training and Capacity Building

Project Development

Create bankable projects which can implemented on PPP frameworks

Project Development is carried out by IIDC with or without opportunities


for Funding by IL&FS
Project Development Funding (PDF/direct IL&FS)
Equity Participation

Examples successfully delivered such as Visakhapatnam Industrial


Water Supply Project, AP, Gangavaram Port- Visakhapatnam, AP

Concept/
Screening

Technical &
Financial
Feasibility

Bid Process
Management

Funding
(PDF/Equity)
& Syndication

Implementation/

Monitoring &
Supervision

Program Management

Adding depth by extending involvement beyond the procurement of the


private sector developer and fulfill roles such as Implementation and
Monitoring & Oversight
Example: IIDC had taken on the role of Monitoring the National Games
Housing Complex project in Jharkhand

Increasing the breadth of Project Development activities co-ordinating


and developing a conglomeration of projects across sectors/locations
Example: the Community Service Centre Project for the DoIT and IIDC role
in the JNNURM initiative of the MoUD

Implementation/

Monitoring &
Supervision

Policy Advisory
IIDC also undertakes advisory mandates
Leveraging extensive Project Development expertise in the
infrastructure sector.
Clients include Central Government ministries, Private Sector and
PSUs.
Some significant mandates are:

Designing Toolkits for the JNNURM, MoUD


Mid-term Appraisal of ASIDE Scheme
Development of PPP Policy Framework for Tamil Nadu, PPIAF (World Bank)
Development of Financing Options for DVC
Strategic and Business Plan for ASEB
Technical &
Financial
Advisory

Training and Capacity Building

Training on Infrastructure Development on PPP frameworks is emerging as


an interesting project.

Product allows IIDC to:


Create an enabling environment for PPP projects
Sensitize the decision-makers to the risks in PPP projects and the importance of
Project Development and open new markets
Enhance the reputation of IL&FS as a pioneer in infrastructure development

Some important training assignments include


Training module on PPP part of the in-house training program for IAS officers
with 17-20 years of service at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy
Developing a module on PPP for the Department of Personnel and Training,
under the UNDP project Strengthening of State Training Institutes in India

Few Relationships
State Govt.
AP
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Gujarat
Haryana
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Maharashtra
MP
Nagaland
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
UP
Uttaranchal
West Bengal

Multilateral
Agencies
World Bank
ADB
USAID and
USAEP
African
Development
Bank

Joint Ventures and


SPVs
Haldia Integrated
Development Agency Ltd
North East Tourism
Development Corp. Ltd.
Bengal Integrated
Infrastructure
Development Ltd.
Infrastructure
Development Corp. of
Assam Ltd.
Bodoland Infrastructure
Development Corp. Ltd.
Etc...

Government
Ministry of
Commerce
Ministry of Home
Affairs
Ministry of
Corporate Affairs
Ministry of Urban
Development
Planning
Commission
MMTC
SAIL
ONGC
IWAI

Sectoral Experience
and our strength
Some Project Examples of sectoral spread
Focus Sectors:

Special Economic Zones/ Industrial Corridors


Tourism
Logistics/FTWZ
Social Infrastructure
Transport
Ports (Air & Sea)
Urban Infra and Municipal Services
Urban Transport
Solar & Township Development
Rural development
Managed Assets

Roads: Punjab Road Projects under BOT


Road Corridors

Length
(Km)

Balachour - Dasuya

104.50

Patiala - Patran

48.60

Patiala - Malerkotla

60.00
55.77

Moga - Kotkapura

47.70

Hoshiarpur Tanda

104.09
27.9

Ferozepur- Fazilka

84.55
84.40

Kiratpur- Una

35.72
35.7

* Concession Agreements
of all these road projects
in Punjab have been
signed and currently
these projects are under
construction.

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor


Project Brief
Planned along 1,483 km long western dedicated
freight corridor (DFC) project between Delhi & Mumbai
which proposed to be commissioned by 2012
GOI initiated DMIC to leverage the economic benefits
arising from western DFC
DIPP, MoCI, appointed M/s IL&FS Infrastructure
Development Corporation Limited, in March, 2007, as
Consultant to prepare Concept Paper
GOI accorded in principle approval to Project Outline
in August, 2007
Apex Authority constituted in September, 2007 with
Union Finance Minister as Chairman, Cabinet
Ministers and Six Chief Ministers as Members
Project Development Fund (PDF) of US$250 Million
agreed to be set up with funds from Govt. of India and
Govt. of Japan

Haryana

Dadri

Uttar
Pradesh

Rajasthan

Gujarat
Madhya
Pradesh
Arabian Sea
Maharashtra

J.N.Port

DFC Alignment End Terminals


Existing Passenger Rail Link

G-Q (NH-8)

N-S & E-W NH Corridor

Airports: Bangalore Airport

Project: Greenfield development of airport for Bangalore

Project developed successfully for Govt of Karnataka.

IL&FS Process Management:


Techno-Economic Feasibility Studies, Financial Structuring
Government Approval and Clearance Processes : Steering Committee,
Infrastructure Authority
Bid Documentation & Procurement Process for PSP: Marketing &
Facilitation role

Developer consortium of Siemens, Zurich Airport, L&T ECC identified


and agreements finalised. Financial Close in 2004 for BIAL, project
SPV

Ports: Gangavaram Port

Project: Greenfield development of 50 MTPA


multi-purpose port east of Visakhapatnam
Project developed successfully for Govt of
Andhra Pradesh with Rs 2043 cr investment
committed
IL&FS Process Management:
Techno-Economic Feasibility Studies,
Financial Structuring
Government Approval and Clearance
Processes : Steering Committee,
Infrastructure Authority
Bid Documentation & Procurement Process
for PSP: Marketing & Facilitation role
Developer consortium of DVS Raju and Dubai
Ports International identified.

Water: Vizag Industrial Water Supply

Project Size: Rs 5852 mn (Ph-I: Rs. 4100 mn)


Pipeline from Godavari River (Rajahmundry), 56
km upstream of Yeleru reservoir, to create capacity
of about 590 MLD
Phase I: Rehab of existing 153-km YLBC (Yeleru
reservoir to Vizag) & Loss Reduction
Phase II: Laying 56 km Godavari-YLBC pipeline
Project completion (Phase I) August 2004

Industrial Infrastructure

Industrial Cluster Developments


under IIUS Scheme of Govt. of
India

Ludhiana Textile Cluster


Howrah Foundry Cluster
Kanpur Leather Cluster
Raipur Steel Cluster
Goa Industrial Cluster
And many more

Pharma City in Andhra Pradesh

Industrial Park/ Satellite Zones in


Chattisgarh (3 Nos.),
Bhubaneswar, Adityapur

SEZ: Kakinada SEZ


Project Features

ONGC & Kakinada Sea Port Ltd. are the key developers

About 10,000 acres land proposed for SEZ

Project cost for Phase I is estimated at Rs 300 billion

Project Status

Sector & Demand Assessment completed

Technical & Engineering Consultants appointed

SPV formed for development of Port Based SEZ in


Kakinada

IL&FS Role

IL&FS undertaking entire project development activities

The scope interalia include; Technical studies, financial


structuring, bid process management, transaction advisors
for financial closure

Railways: Advisory Mandates


Tanzania Railways Corporation Concession
IL&FS providing advisory assistance to RITES in bidding for Tanzania
Railways Corporation Concession
IL&FS involvement spanned across traffic forecasting and structuring
the project.
RITES has won the bid and further involvement of IL&FS in the project
is envisaged

Mozambique Railways Privatization


IL&FS undertook a study, funded by the World Bank, for looking at
privatization of Mozambique Railways.
The study aimed at establishing financial feasibility for concessioning of
Mozambique Railways on BOT basis

Township: Residential Township at Ranchi for


the 34th National Games

Government
of
Jharkhand
envisaged
the
development & construction of a township for 34th
National Games, 2007 to be held at Ranchi.

The housing complex shall be


self-contained
sustainable
environment friendly
equipped with quality infrastructure

The project will create suitable accommodation to


house 6000 sportspersons/participants and in the
process provide a self contained residential
township for the new capital of Jharkhand.

IIDC undertook Project Development and selected


Nagarjuna Construction Co. as the Private Sector
Developer in Jan 2006

Tourism: Integrated Convention Center


Complex
Location: Hyderbad
Project Size: Rs 3080 mn
The Residential Project:
A residential community encompassed
around a 18 hole world-class golf
course
The Convention Project:
A 3,000+ person capacity convention
hall that also doubles up as an
exhibition hall with a 300 room
business hotel

IIDC partnered with APIIC to identify developer, Emaar Properties


PJSC, Dubai and Collaboration Agreement being signed.

Associating with IIDC


Interested Parties including the Central/ State/Local Government
and its Agencies and the Private Sector can associate with IIDC
using following arrangements:
Joint Venture (JV)/ Project Development Company (PDC),
by contributing equity
Project Development and Promotion Partnership (PDPP),
an institutional arrangement
Stand-alone Assignments or MoUs- Consultancy or fee
based assignments
MoU= Memorandum of Understanding

Our Presence

Ahmedabad
301A, Dev Arc, Nr. Fun Republic,
S.G. Highway, Ahmedabad 380015
Tel.: 079-4020 6200
Fax: 079-4020 6299

Bangalore
Al Latheef, 1st Floor, No. 2,
Union Street Off Infantry Road
Bangalore 560 001
Tel.: 080-4034 3333
Fax: 080-4034 3310

Chandigarh
SCO 210-211, 3rd Floor
Sector 34-A
Chandigarh - 160 022
Tel.: 0172- 4636389, 4636387
Fax: 0172 - 4621388

Gurgaon (Corporate Office)


2nd Floor, Ambience Corporate Tower
Ambience Mall, Ambience Island,
National Highway 8, Gurgaon,
Haryana 122 001
Tel.: +91-124-471 6300
Fax: +91-124-471 6351 / 67

Lucknow (Camp Office)


SP-24, Sector C, Chetan Vihar,
Aliganj, Lucknow - 226024
Tel.: 0522-4080013
Fax: 0522-4080016

Mumbai
IL&FS Financial Centre, C-22, G
Block,
Bandra Kurla Complex,
Bandra East, Mumbai 400051
Tel.: 022-2653 3333
Fax: 022-2653 3038, 2659 3826

Patna
4B. S.K.Puri, Patna 800001
(Beside Of Canara Bank)
Tel.: 0612-254 0250
Telefax: 0612-254 0173

Guwahati
4th Floor, Jupitara Palace, G S Road
Opp. Dona Planet,
Guwahati 781005, Assam
Tel.: 0361-2467688 / 2131631
Fax: 0361-2467689
Hyderabad
502 Apurupa Classic, Next to
Global Hospital, Banjara Hills
Road No. 1, Hyderabad 500034
Tel.: 040-6610 1275
Fax: 040-2331 0282
Kolkata
Constantia, 3rd Floor, 11
Dr. U.N. Brahmachari Street,
Kolkata 700017
Tel.: 033-2280 7358-63
Fax: 033-2283 5002