Location: Arlington, VA Classroom
Date: October 4 - 15, 2021
Registration Code: F205-211004-I1
The diversity, complexity and particularity of mega-infrastructure projects—including PPPs—require increasingly greater knowledge in risk analysis and project finance. This course aims to strengthen the capability of the financial analyst to accurately carry out a risk analysis and project finance evaluation. The specialized literature illustrates how the Monte Carlo method can effectively evaluate the investment risk of PPP projects, and help investors make better decisions.
The objective of this course is to provide participants with a knowledge of key issues involved in the Monte Carlo (MC) simulation for risk analysis and project finance. Participants will learn to carry-out multiple tests and define potential investment results, calculate risk in the varying stages of infrastructure projects, and quantify the value for money. The allocation of probability distributions to the assumption variables allows predicting and understanding risk exposures and how to mitigate them, while preparing participants to tackle risk according to the policy of each country.
Currently, public financial authorities in charge of carrying out risk analysis and/or monitoring fiscal risks use Monte Carlo simulation when dealing with retained risk in PPPs, or when forming a contingency plan
Through successful completion of this course, participants will be able to: