Successful financing through cost-benefit analyses
Investments in transport infrastructure and in technical facilities generally require a financial and possibly also a macroeconomic assessment of the benefit. Recognised methods offer the capital value method in Germany, e.g. Government-subsidised investments in CT terminals, and the cost-benefit analysis according to the methodology of the Federal Transport Route Plan. Across Europe and beyond, there are recognised methods of the EU and the international development banks which, like in Germany, determine financial and economic cost-benefit analyses and net real value of an investment.
WAGENER & HERBST has been successfully supporting companies and administrations in financial and overall economic valuations for several years. Examples are cost-benefit analyses, including sensitivity analyses. Our approach is based on the methodology of the Federal Transport Route Planning, the directives of the EU Commission and international development banks and includes:
- Demand analyses and traffic forecasts
- Individual financial assessment
- Overall economic evaluation
- Inclusion of emissions and external effects in economic assessments
- Risk analysis, Monte Carlo simulations
- Sensitivity analyses
- Support for the application for financing and funding
Qualified methodological instruments are, together with internationally experienced expert teams, elementary success factors for our consulting. In doing so, we continually extend our methodical know-how in a continuous and application-oriented manner.