Location: Online Learning
Project finance is the financing of long-term infrastructure, industrial projects, and public services based upon a non-recourse or limited-recourse financial structure, in which project debt and equity used to finance the project are paid back from the cash flow generated by the project. In most developing markets, project finance is the preferred financial structure because the financing is limited- or non-recourse to the government.
Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects 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.
The program will enable participants to interpret financial statements including cash flows, profit and loss, and balance sheets to analyze whether a project’s financial structures are bankable, affordable, and sustainable.
Participants will also learn to identify the essential financial input data required to develop an appropriate PPP financial model, and will be exposed to effective financial modeling design skills by analyzing case studies, developing their own financial models, and receiving feedback about how to improve their models.
Through successful completion of the following courses, participants will be able to:
F-10 Essentials of Financing Public-Private Partnerships
F-11 Financial Analysis Techniques for PPPs
F-12 Project Risk Analysis for Investors, Lenders, and Governments
F-13 Project Agreements and Contracts
F-14 Understanding Financial Statements & Project Finance Models
F-15 Designing a Project Finance Model