F-200

Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects

Location: Arlington, VA Classroom
Date: September 13 - 24, 2021
Tuition: $5,500
Registration Code: F200-210913-I1
CEUs: 6.0

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Course Description

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 investment professionals and financial analysts. The course focuses on understanding the practical techniques, skills, and spreadsheet models needed to analyze, structure, and negotiate successful project-backed financings.

Participants will learn effective financial model design techniques through analyzing case studies of project financing models, and participating in role-playing simulations.

Learning Outcomes

Through successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Analyze fundamental structures of limited-recourse project financing vs. corporate and sovereign financing techniques
  • Assess project “bankability” under financial and fiscal different conditions
  • Demonstrate an understanding of key financial concepts used by project finance investors, lenders, and analysts
  • Describe comprehensive risk analysis and assessment from various perspectives
  • Discuss key project finance contracts and documentation
  • Demonstrate how to design, set-up, and effectively label spreadsheet-based financial modeling
  • Structure key technical and financial statements within the financial model (i.e., demand projections, capital investments, financing sources, etc.)

Who Will Benefit

  • National, regional and local government officials
  • Contract officers/regulatory commissioners
  • Senior officials from PPP or privatization units
  • Public service, utility managers, executives, and legal experts
  • Staff of bilateral and multilateral international organizations

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