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Acronym: 
TMP

Location

66 High Street
BN7 1XG Lewes
United Kingdom
GB

TMP Systems is a boutique consultancy based in the United Kingdom, with staff in the United States and the Philippines. Our work spans asset management, commercial investment systems design in carbon, energy and land use and environmental, social and governance diligence.


We draw on our team’s comprehensive systems architecture, technology and sustainability experience in developed and emerging markets to solve complex problems in these sectors. The solutions we provide depend on the problems we are called on to address; examples are available above under our three business lines: Asset Management, Climate & Ecosystems and Economic Development.


Our client base stretches from the United States and Europe to Brazil, Indonesia and Kenya and includes asset managers, governments, research institutions, foundations and civil society organizations. References are available upon request. Our asset management work is protected under confidentiality agreements, but anonymized samples can be provided where appropriate.  

TMP Systems Resources

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Library Resource
africa agriculture investment

Assess the Risks with QTR verified data

Policy Papers & Briefs
May, 2018
Africa

Research shows that land disputes are increasingly common, exposing businesses to severe risks at the project level. The problem is endemic and growing – companies want evidence-based approaches to address this new reality and understand their exposure to risk. The Quantifying Tenure Risk (QTR) financial model blends verified company data with detailed case research to accurately assess tenure risk and provide tailored support to investors and businesses. 

Library Resource
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Reports & Research
February, 2017
Africa, Kenya, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Mali, Senegal

This synthesis of our findings from an investigation of tenure risk in East, West, and Southern Africa, shows that a majority of tenure disputes are caused by the displacement of local peoples, indicating that companies and investors are not doing enough to understand competing claims to the land they acquire or lease. This failure in diligence is particularly noteworthy given that a majority of the disputes analyzed had materially significant impacts: indeed, a higher proportion of projects in Africa are financially impacted by tenure dispute than any other region in the world. 

Project
Geographical focus: 

This project will organise and deliver two training initiatives aimed at ensuring that investment projects in emerging markets and commodity producers in Africa have improved capacity to prevent and manage social and land tenure risks, thus contributing to increased respect for human rights and local land rights in commodity-producing developing economies.

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