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The Fundamentals of Infrastructure Finance & PPP Training Week provides a framework for developing infrastructure in the post-financial crisis world. The two modules are interlinked and together develop an awareness of the principles that make the difference between success and failure.
These are principles that procuring authorities, project sponsors, and those practitioners advising both should be familiar with before embarking on any programme for infrastructure investment.
The first two days form Module 1: PPP Fundamentals, and focus on PPPs. The final three days form Module 2: Fundamentals of Infrastructure Finance. Together, both modules will provide delegates with a far deeper understanding of both these aspects for successful infrastructure investment. The programme has been developed to provide participants with an enhanced understanding of the financing and structuring of infrastructure transactions, alongside an overview to Public Private Partnerships (PPP). The modules encompass the instructors’ experience of the international market.
The training week will provide a comprehensive overview of financing methods for infrastructure projects, alongside the PPP process, and an understanding on how to take an active part in PPP projects. The programme will provide participants with a sound understanding of the key issues in infrastructure finance so that they can develop a clear understanding of the factors influencing the choice of financing methods for infrastructure projects; the motivations of the parties involved; risk evaluation and allocation; capital structuring issues; and lessons from the past.
Who should attend?
- Government officials, Ministries and Public Sector Agencies
- Project Developers, Sponsors
- Development Finance Institutions
- Project Financiers
- Credit, Risk and Investment Officers
- Infrastructure and Structured Finance specialists
- Export Credit Agencies
- Equity investors, including Private Equity firms and Infrastructure Funds
- Investment planning commissions
- Lawyers and Legal Counsel
- Consultants and Contractors
The programme will provide attendees with a good understanding of what they need in order to be able to take an active part in PPP and infrastructure projects. It is designed by some of the most experienced practitioners in the world. This builds on these practitioners’ experience of over sixty years combined. During the programme case studies will demonstrate aspects of the discussions, and practical exercises will be covered, that are transferrable learning for different situations.
Case studies from both developed and developing economies will be the main focus of the teaching methodology with examples primarily based on the major areas of public infrastructure, such as:
- Ports, airports and bridges
- Transmission lines (power and energy)
- Metro systems
- Water and waste
- Social infrastructure (health and education)
Case studies will also include review of key issues relating to the evaluation of project investors involved in infrastructure projects.