Delegates study project financing challlenges in the industry using case studies and interactive work/group discussion to apply the skills and knowledge they have acquired.
No other course looks at the viewpoint of debt financiers, corporate sponsors, and government concession granting agencies, highlighting the negotiation and commercial issues that arise from the differences in perspective and objective.
Dates: 4-8 September 2017, 16-20 April 2018 & 15-19 October 2018
Venue: Central London
Course Leader: Richard Capps, International Project Finance Expert
Course fee: £4499.00 + VAT @ 20% = £5398.80
The overall aim of the programme is to optimise your practical project finance skills and in order to achieve this goal, the programme includes case-studies covering:
PFI transport (rail) ~ LNG ~ Leisure ~ PFI hospital ~ Pipeline ~ IPP power ~ Airport ~ Oilfield ~ Merchant power ~ Toll-road ~ Mining ~ Telecoms
14 case studies including:
Power projects: developed vs. emerging markets; Bond funded gas project; Credit-enhanced infrastructure project; Technical issues in limited recourse financing
Spent five years with an American bank as a corporate relationship manager working on the development of the North Sea projects and petrochemicals. He worked in investment banking in Hong Kong and London, primarily involved in mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructurings. He also spent six years as a CFO of a public group engaged in over 15 acquisitions, over 20 equity raisings and a large number of complex financings, many of them structured on a limited recourse basis.
Fantastic bank of information. Incredible amount of information which is supported by the lecturer's knowledge. An interesting topic, relevant and broad range of industry applications"