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Project Finance

Courses In This Course

Project finance is a form of financing for long-term capital-intensive projects, especially those associated with power generation, public infrastructure, and extractive industries. Project finance deals are often complex transactions involving a large number of participants. It is typically provided by a syndicate of lenders and is extended on a non-recourse or limited recourse basis through a bankruptcy-remote special purpose vehicle (SPV) set up by the project sponsor. This course looks in detail at the various features and characteristics associated with project finance deals.

Objectives

In this course, you will explore:

The role of project finance in funding large scale projects

The key players in a project finance deal

The costs and benefits of project finance for sponsors

The key stages in a project finance deal

The different forms of project debt

Learner Profile

This course is designed for investment and commercial banking staff looking for an introduction to the area of project financing.

  •    PROJECT FINANCE - AN INTRODUCTION

    Overview

    Project finance is a financing method used to fund capital-intensive projects, especially those involving power generation, public infrastructure, and extractive industries. It differs from corporate finance deals in that the project is separated from its sponsors who set up a bankruptcy-remote special purpose vehicle (SPV) to hold the project assets.

     

    This course provides a broad overview of the project finance market, showing a typical project finance deal and the main players involved. The costs, benefits, and risks associated with project finance are also described.

    Course Duration

    75 mins

    Prerequisite Knowledge

    Lending – An Introduction

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  •    PROJECT FINANCE - DEAL STRUCTURING

    Overview

    Project finance deals are complex transactions involving a large number of participants. Most project finance is raised through a group of bank lenders, known as a syndicate, who pool their resources to extend credit to the project SPV. This structure enables lenders to share the considerable risk of project finance, which is non-recourse in nature. Some finance deals may also involve a bond issue, which is typically placed and underwritten by a strong, reputable bank with a global outreach. Project sponsors will also contribute funds to a project finance deal in the form of equity or subordinated debt/mezzanine finance.

     

    This course looks at how loans are raised for project finance deals, and outlines the costs and benefits of this approach for borrowers. Other sources of project finance are also described.

    Course Duration

    90 mins

    Prerequisite Knowledge

    Project Finance – An Introduction

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