Project Finance (ECFS877)
This unit examines the business rationale for project finance. a risk system is introduced for the identification and systematic allocation of risk in the various approaches to structuring a project financing. Funding, political-risk structuring, and recent capital-market developments are highlighted in class and through practical case studies. A heavy emphasis is placed on the international character of the project finance industry.
- Development of a thorough grounding in the characteristics that make a large scale investment a candidate for Project Finance.
- Development of skills to (i) evaluate risks in large scale investments and (ii) to structure transactions in mitigation of those risks.
- An ability to make an analytical assessment (including valuations and cash flow modelling) of a proposed investment from the perspective different stakeholders, including lenders, sponsors and investors and other involved parties such as governments.
- Exposure to notable contemporary transactions that inform developments in the policy and practice of project and infrastructure funding.
- An understanding of sources of finance and the requirements to obtain funding from different providers.
- Introduction to Project Finance and Large Scale Investments
- Structure & Risk
- Valuing Projects
- Managing Risky Projects
- Financing Projects
- Sources of Funds
- Transaction Lifelines and Tools
- Practice & Review
- Admission to Master or Applied Finance or Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance AND
- ECF866 Corporate Finance
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