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School of Project Finance

04 Sep 2017 08:30 - 08 Sep 2017 17:00
Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton
130 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 5AY.
Training & Workshops, Lending & Credit
Banking, Consumer Credit, Mortgage & Home Finance

10% discount. Quote IEOIFF to claim (not available on any Distance Learning course)


The recent economic climate has created challenges, but also opportunities. The adverse effect on public finances will increase the motivation for infrastructure investment to be implemented through BOT and PPP formats. Simultaneously, the voracious appetite for commodities, fuelled by the burgeoning growth of China in particular, will create strong activity in the development of energy and mining. In Europe, the ongoing implementation of the directives concerning power generation, transmission and gas, and the need to replace ageing power infrastructure, will also sustain strong interest in project finance. The practical nature of this programme, with extensive case-studies, highlights the errors of planning and implementation of previous projects and identifies the structures and concepts that should have been applied.

The course covers:
- How Project Finance Differs from Conventional Finance
- Contracts and Cross-Border Enforcement 
- PPP and Infrastructure Projects 
- Power Projects – Developing & Emerging Markets
- Market and Operating Risks
- Project Cash Flow and Debt Structuring 
- Project Cash Flow Models
- Demonstration Exercises
- Other Modelling Issues
- Practical Modelling Masterclass 
- Technical Issues in Limited Recourse Financings Bond Financing 
- Sponsor Perspective
- Export Credit Agencies
- The Golden Rules of Project Finance

37.5 Hours
IFF Training
KNect House, 30-32 Mortimer St, London, W1W 7RE.

Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7190
Contact: Wendy Bell