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Mastering Infrastructure Project Finance

09 Oct 2017 08:30 - 11 Oct 2017 17:00
Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton
130 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 5AY.
Training & Workshops, Lending & Credit
Banking, Consumer Credit, Mortgage & Home Finance, Wealth Management

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


Around the world governments remain keen to access private sector funding for the construction of social assets, for policy reasons and out of necessity. Infrastructure and PPP project financing is still very much in demand and the sector has one of the richest mixes of funding sources within the limited recourse lending arena. Capital market providers compete - and cooperate - with traditional bank lenders. Export credit agencies have seen increased demand for their services and development banks have developed new products to compensate for a reduced international commercial bank presence in emerging markets.

This financing sector saw one of the most rapid and dramatic revisions to pricing models of all the project finance markets in the immediate wake of the global financial crisis, with commercial banks in particular responding to the demands of a tighter credit environment and the provisions of Basel III. Much has changed since 2008/9, however, and the content of this course has been continuously adjusted to reflect the new environment.

Knowledge you will acquire:
- How lenders analyse infrastructure and PPP/PFI projects, from both a qualitative and a quantitative perspective 
- An understanding of the different dynamics between conventional vs. limited recourse financing 
- The workings of BOT, PFI and PPP projects How to be prepared for the risks and common obstacles that surround such projects 
- How projects are sized and tailored to their cash flow 
- Types of loan documents which govern financing and the concessions, EPC contracts, supply agreements and insurance arrangements

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

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