The course will start with a rapid paced discussion of key aspects of project structures, at its conclusion participants will be able to break analysis into its component parts. They will have gained techniques for assembling market information, making qualitative judgments, developing key agreement and conducting thorough quantitative financial analysis of projects. This module further identifies the many sources of finance and risk support, from bank markets, to bond issuance, leasing and other foreign and local currency funding alternatives, highlighting their differences, requirements and investor concerns.
It will also identify the many sources of finance and risk support available for projects. From bank markets, and bond issuance, to leasing and other foreign and local currency funding alternatives, it highlights their differences, requirements and investor concerns. Effective application of interest rate, currency and commodity derivatives is described.
It also pays careful attention to the many techniques for enhancing the terms of funding provided by official players like Export Credit Agencies, development banks and private risk insurers.