Attending this course will benefit you by:
We have been delivering online training for many years and know how to ensure the interaction is the same as if you were in a classroom.
The trainer will share his screen to allow you to follow the training session, which will be very practical. Our trainer will include polls, group work, exercises, discussions and breaks.
The course will be 50% pre-recorded, on-demand material that can be accessed at the delegates preferred time. 50% will be delivered ‘live’ with the trainer – timings of this will be flexible in order to best meet the requirements of the demographics of the delegates.
You will be able to ask questions, give feedback and participate in the practical sessions. Class sizes will be capped to ensure every delegate will be guaranteed quality time with the trainer.
Dates: 7-9 October 2020
Venue: Virtual Classroom
Online course fee: £2399 + VAT where applicable
London course fee: £2999.00 + VAT @ 20% = £3598.80
Neil Edmonds has worked in the banking industry for over 35 years, with a particular focus on the Power & Utility and the Oil & Gas sectors. Over the past 4 years, Neil has worked in the Loan Syndications team at Standard Chartered Bank focusing on Structured Finance transactions.
Neil’s involvement in the Power and Utility sectors dates back to the privatisation of the UK utility companies from 1989 onwards. Neil has been heavily involved in:
• The financing and subsequent, re-structuring of power generation assets in the UK. The prime example being the evolution of the 4GW Drax power plant, that in turn has:
- been privatised within National Power
- sold by National Power to AES and financed against a distribution company Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)
- gone into bank lender ownership, when the PPA provider went in to insolvency
- the sale of Drax by the bank lenders/owners via IPO
- the transformation of the coal fired plant into a biomass plant, thereby becoming a renewable energy plant.
• The financing of power and water desalination plants throughout the Middle East
• The financing of power plants in Europe and Asia
• The financing of onshore and offshore wind plants in UK and western Europe.
Very good course, mainly because of the excellent course teacher