note d'opportunité

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22:15 Apr 19, 2018
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French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
French term or phrase: note d'opportunité
Hi all, my brain is out of gas and needs a rolling start.

This is a French bank's internal document entitled "Expression de besoins métier - Justification des comptes."

The context for my term is:

"La note d’opportunité réalisée par X sur « La certification comptable Y» et qui donnera suite à un projet avec le Z"

Is this along the lines of a recommendation, advisory, advisability memo (though I don't think there's any such thing)...?

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Stephanie Mitchel
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Local time: 14:19


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4(project) concept paper
Francois Boye


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note d\'opportunité
(project) concept paper


Explanation:

https://website.aub.edu.lb/ogc/Documents/proposal/Writing_Co...

http://wedocs.unep.org/bitstream/handle/20.500.11822/17628/6...

Francois Boye
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neutral  AllegroTrans: It may be nothing more than a "note/memo"; how can you be so sure ?
17 hrs
  -> Both concepts in English and French are written before a project's feasability study.
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