Project finance has spread worldwide and includes numerous industrial projects from power stations and waste disposal plants to telecommunication facilities, bridges, tunnels, railway networks, and now also the building of hospitals, education facilities, government accommodation and tourist facilities.
Project Finance Objectives:
At the end of this project finance program participant should be able to:
- Analyze the specific public-private partnerships for their appropriateness and likelihood of success.
- Understand the commonalities and differences in public-private partnerships in advanced industrial countries and developing countries.
- Understand the different measures of success, accountability and performance.
- Be able to recommend strategies to improve the management and governance of partnerships.
- Communicate in written and oral form your analysis ideas and recommendations on partnerships.
- Create models that are easy to navigate without forfeiting proper deal sophistication and analysis.
- Produce a robust model from feasibility stages through project documentation to financial close.
- Identify and quantify the risks of the project through the model – from sponsor, participant and lender
- Learn the power of “negotiating off the model” instead of “modelling off the negotiations”.
2 Project finance
3 Financial instruments and cash flow modelling
4 Risk management
5 T h e f i n a n c i a l a s s e s s m e n t process/financial modelling
6 Case study
7 Developing the base case model
8 Initial economic assessment by lenders
9 Financial engineering
10 Final assessment to determine project commercial viability
Financial Analysts, Investment & Evaluation Professionals, credit risk team,
Business Development Planners, Mergers & Acquisitions Specialists,
Accountants, Infrastructure Heads, Corporate & Structured Finance Teams,
Joint Ventures Specialists, CFOs, Financial Directors