& Management

Audit & Due Diligence

Our auditing and due diligence servcies help our clients assess and mitigate risks and safeguard their interests.

The implementation of infrastructure projects has evolved away from traditional delivery methods towards more innovative and cost effective solutions. Innovative contracting and implementation methods have emerged that allow better identification and allocation of risks between stakeholders. LEA provides audit services at each and every stage of a project.

It is essential to thoroughly assess the technical aspects of a project to ensure that the financial investments are based on verified project data, thereby minimizing risk. LEA’s technical and due diligence team help our clients in risk assessment by carrying out a detailed review of various aspects of the project. Verifying technical, contractual and financial aspects of a project helps clients to safeguard their potential investment.
Our services include:

  • Collect data and review adequacy

  • Conduct studies where required

  • Assess physical, technical, socio-economic and financial aspects including risks and other characteristics

  • Identify gaps

  • Cross verify facts from primary and secondary sources

  • Management and share ownership

  • Examine long and short term risks

  • Hard and soft due dilligence

  • Assist in operational monitoring

  • Review permits and licenses to optimize schedules

  • Reduce uncertainty about a project’s planned timeline

  • Review selection of suppliers, contractors/vendors/concessionaires and sourcing of materials

  • Evaluate development and installation costs, operations planning and subsequent scheduling

  • Assist in operational monitoring

LEA also provides technical due diligence services to financial institutions that are looking for investment in existing, ongoing, and upcoming projects.
We provide audit services of the following:

  • Contract management

  • Quality management

  • Project management

  • Site management

  • Environment management

  • Social management

  • Resource management

  • Financial management

  • Supervision works and methods

  • Risk assessment

Financial professionals discussing and reviewing documents.