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NRP Universe – Project Finance Upgraded

On April 30th, the investment company Ness, Risan & Partners (NRP) launched a new and innovative functionality for their clients – delivered by Quesnay. NRP Universe is a big step in the right direction in terms of digitalizing market rapports and thus reaching investors more quickly and easily with relevant information about the secondary market.

From Idea to Finished Product

Barely seven months passed from the idea was first discussed between NRP and Quesnay until the finished product was made available for NRP´s clients. «Project finance has not been at the forefront of digitalization, but we are slowly getting there and closing in on the best-practices», says Fredrik Holter, responsible for NRP Investor Portal at Ness, Risan & Partners. «This strengthens our credibility with our customers, not only showcasing investment products but also including presentation and communication.» Holter continues enthusiastically: «customers and other relations are all impressed when we present NRP Universe; where details concerning our active projects and funds are presented.»

– This strengthens our credibility with our customers


Digitalized Project Finance

Through this project, Quesnay and NRP have collaborated on developing and delivering innovation in a market segment that still often relies on phone calls, pens, and paper. «When doing project meetings, I still bring pen and paper in addition to my laptop», Ingvild Frogner, project manager in Quesnay, admits. She points out that digitalization and innovative customer communication is not about analog vs. digital, and whether one is better than the other, especially in the niche segment where NRP operates. «The important thing is to use the right medium in the given situation», she concludes. NRP is the first company within project finance that have made their products available both in an app and online.

 

From the left: Rikke Øksnes (junior legal consultant), Ingvild Frogner (project manager) and Marius Koestler (advisor) from the launch in April.
From the left: Rikke Øksnes (junior legal consultant), Ingvild Frogner (project manager) and Marius Koestler (advisor) from the launch in April.