Location: Online Learning
As the capstone course* for the online Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects program, this course aims to combine their new PPP financial analysis skills and learning outcomes to design their own basic PPP financial model. This course will help participants become better reviewers, critics, and clients of specialist PPP financial consultants and advisors and oversee important financial analysis and structuring PPP transaction management components.
Based on background information of a candidate PPP project, participants will outline their PPP financial model’s design and its key components. They will build and link the critical worksheets for this project, including inputs and results (“dashboard”), capital investment, financing, profit and loss, cash flow, and balance sheet.
Participants will also apply standards for labeling, formatting, and displaying for clarity and ease-of-understanding. The goal is to ensure their model can be used by key decision-makers to make practical decisions about PPP risk allocation and credit enhancement options for PPP bankability, affordability, and sustainability.
Through interactive webinars, collaboration, and offline assessment activities, participants will complete their first modeling projects. Students will receive feedback from the instructor to help them develop the skills they need to facilitate financial PPP transactions.
Through successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
The course is designed for public officials as well as private sector professionals who have an understanding of fundamental public-private partnership concepts, and now seek to learn how to financially execute such projects.
This course is part of the Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects Program of online learning.
Comprised of six online courses, this program is designed for infrastructure professionals looking to gain a deeper understanding of how to structure and negotiate successful project-backed financing that is viable to lenders and investors.