Kiribati, Transaction Advisory Services for Sale of Telecom Services Kiribati Ltd

Kiribati’s Ministry of Communications, Transport, and Tourism Development (MCTTD) asked Nathan for advice on restructuring Telecom Services Kiribati Ltd. (TSKL), the government-owned provider of telecommunications services. After performing a complete technical, financial, and legal due diligence, Nathan’s experts recommended sale … Read More

Qatar, National Shared Passive Infrastructure Network Analysis

The Qatari state began in 2011 to put in place a fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) infrastructure network with a goal of achieving 95 percent of homes connected by 2015. Nathan, under contract with the government, provided strategic, regulatory, and policy advice on … Read More

Tanzania, Development of Financing Options Analysis for the Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA)

The Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) sought help in examining commercial financing and public-private partnership (PPP) options for development of Tanzania’s airport infrastructure. The World Bank contracted with Nathan Associates to examine financing options, including PPPs, for the authority’s airport expansion … Read More

Myanmar, Regulatory Regime and Capacity Building Analysis

Myanmar’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology received assistance from Nathan in creating credible telecom regulations and sustainable, fair, and competitive market conditions in Myanmar. Nathan analyzed the possible approaches to regulation of access to and interconnection of communications networks. … Read More

Guatemala, Independent Engineering & Construction Oversight for the San Mateo and San Andrés Hydropower Projects

Nathan analyzed plans for hydroelectric stations proposed by Generadora San Mateo SA and Generadora San Andrés SA in Huehuetenango, Guatemala. The planned capacity of the San Mateo station is 19.1 megawatts and 9.7 megawatts for the San Andrés station, with … Read More

Mozambique, Analysis of the Economic Impact of Air Transport Liberalization

Protectionist aviation policies were severely constraining tourism and business development in Mozambique, potentially a top tourist destination. Mozambique has taken important steps toward a liberalized skies policy, but additional efforts were needed to implement changes and promote more competition. With … Read More

Due Diligence and Independent Engineer for the Construction Supervision of Port of Caldera Grain Terminal (Costa Rica)

In 2012 the Banco Internacional de Costa Rica, SA (BICSA) received a mandate from Port Authority Grain Company Caldera (SPGC) to structure a medium-term credit to finance the construction and operation of the new Caldera Port Grain Terminal in Costa … Read More

West and Central Africa, Logistics Costs Study

On behalf of the World Bank, Nathan measured the hidden logistics-related costs in six transport corridors in Central and West Africa. These include not only costs related to trucking but also time and opportunity costs resulting from inefficient processes and … Read More

Ecuador, Due Diligence Analysis for San Bartolo Hydropower Project

Hidrosanbartolo, S.A., requested a loan from the Inter-American Investment Corporation and the Corporacion Andina de Fomento (CAF) for a greenfield energy project in southwest Ecuador. The objective of the project was to design, build, operate, and maintain a 48.07 MW … Read More

Haiti, Feasibility Study of Northern Ports

The inadequacy of Haiti’s main port in Port-au-Prince became clear when life-saving relief supplies and food could not reach Haitians after the earthquake in 2010. To support the government’s efforts to create economic opportunities outside of Port-au-Prince, USAID initiated improvements … Read More

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