"Very good course, mainly because of the excellent course teacher"
"Very credible and competent course leader with extensive relevant experience. Good course structure and engaging delivery. I most enjoyed "playing pessimist" on a credit committee."
Short sessions where participants are required to identify the pros and cons of a project from a bankability perspective, and set out requirements for additional due diligence
Four participants are selected to act as a committee to screen new transactions before they go to full Credit Committee
Course participants review a project financing term-sheet for completeness and acceptability from the perspective of either the Lender or the Borrower.
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The objectives of this highly practical course are to:
Participants will leave the course with a thorough practical understanding of:
- How lenders analyse power projects – from both a qualitative and a quantitative perspective
- How project financings are sized and tailored to the cashflow of a specific project
- The loan documents which govern a financing and how they interface with the other project documents such as power sales agreements, EPC contracts, supply agreements and insurance arrangements