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Project Finance Debt Restructuring

Minimise the risk of default and learn how to restructure when required

9 - 11 March 2020

Central London

Defaults are inevitable in today's markets. This course will help you spot the trigger events and take steps to find a resolution. You will learn strategies to prevent a default and what to do when one of your project finance transactions does default.

Any transaction that gets into difficulty will affect all parties involved. By looking in detail at where deals have gone wrong, your understanding of the mechanics and benefits of project finance structuring will be significantly improved, leading to fewer defaults and reduced losses.

After this course, you will have a new understanding of both the restructuring process and each of the counterparty’s positions. This appreciation will lead you to conduct an improved, more efficient negotiation process, where you will recover the transaction faster... and be able to move onto your next deal.

Download the Project Finance Debt Restructuring course brochure

  • Default statistics, by industry and region
  • Project Finance Monitoring and red flags
  • What causes default
  • The formal process of default and re-structuring
    – trigger event
    – event of default
    – reservation of rights
    – standstill agreements
    – information gathering
    – restructuring proposals
    – negotiation

Main exercise - VICTORIA HYDRO POWER (VHP)
You will examine the descent to default and beyond via the perspective of different project parties;

  • Project company/sponsor
  • Lenders
  • EPC contractors
  • Offtaker/government

 

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The course is based on the experience and practice of Neil Edmonds, who has been a Project Finance Banker for over 25 years and has been involved in numerous restructuring negotiations.

Neil uses his experience to highlight where issues have occurred and how the structuring and risk protection that is built into project finance deals helps to protect lenders. Neil is one of the leading project finance trainers within IFF and delivers a wide range of project finance courses globally.

The course costs £2999 + VAT = £3598.80
9th-11th March 2020
28th-30th September 2020


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Incredible amount of information which is supported by the lecturer's knowledge. An interesting topic, relevant and broad range of industry applications"

Mike Scott, 

Project Manager, Flour Limited

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