F-12

Project Risk Analysis for Investors, Lenders, and Governments

Location: Online Learning
Date: November 2 - 12, 2021
Tuition: $1,000
Registration Code: F12-211102-I1
CEUs: 1.0

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Webinar Meeting Times

  • Tuesday 2 November 12:00 UTC
  • Thursday 4 November 12:00 UTC
  • Tuesday 9 November 12:00 UTC
  • Thursday 11 November 12:00 UTC

Course Description

One of the main elements used to define a PPP is the distribution of risks from the public sector to the private sector (in the form of the Special Purpose Vehicle- SPV). This course explores the consequences of said risk distribution for the three main actors involved in the PPP contract: investors, lenders and governments.

Participants will analyze and understand the effects of risk allocation in financing such as the impacts on the cost that the private sector will charge the government in order to bear the risks transferred to them.

Through interactive webinars, collaboration, virtual discussion, and self-paced learning, participants will gain knowledge and skills that will enable them to financially facilitate PPP transactions.

Learning Outcomes

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

  • Recognize the consequences of the risk distribution principle in PPPs
  • Identify the distinction between funding and financing in PPPs
  • Understand the different financing options and how they are affected by the risk allocation
  • Apply the alternatives for managing risks across the different stages of the contract and project (financial closure, construction, operation)
  • Recognize the possibility of renegotiations as an inherent consequence of the risk distribution and the long-term contracting features of a PPP contract

Who Will Benefit

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.

  • Staff from national, provincial, federal, state, and municipal governments
  • Members of planning organizations and boards
  • Regulators and authorities for infrastructure utilities and public services
  • Legal, financial, construction and engineering professionals
  • Staff of international donor organizations

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.

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