INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT FINANCING

& PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

 

 

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Special Focus on ASIA PAC & THAILAND
Most countries are seeking private finance for these infrastructure investments, although there are substantial funds available for co-investment. This course is about how private finance is and will be used: the logic, financial structure, risk analysis, legal background, contracts and scope of a national infrastructure programme is examined in great depth with a range of relevant local case studies and plenty of group work and participation.

WHY YOU MUST ATTEND
– Best Practices on Infrastructure Finance – strategy and execution
– Learn how countries intend to mobilise private finance for infrastructure
– Compare Asian PPP projects and be able to appreciate the different structures for PPP and other styles of private finance investment
– Review PPP financing structures and financial models by examining PPP contracts in detail
– Place Asian PPP projects in their global context and evaluate the future structure, challenges and prospects for the Asian PPP market.

COURSE DIRECTOR: JULIAN ROCHE
Julian Roche is Financial Services and Training Consultant, Australia. Julian has over 17 years’ experience in financial training, corporate finance, and risk management roles. He is an acknowledged PPP expert, was part of the team that implemented the first PPP project in the UK, and has advised several banks as well as the Singapore Government on PPP.

COURSE OVERVIEW
Worldwide, growing populations and demands for economic development have produced an enormous appetite for infrastructure and social development projects, ranging from airports and ports, roads and railways, to schools and hospitals. These are the most challenging and important investment opportunities anywhere in the world.

Although there are substantial funds available for co-investment, most countries are seeking private finance for these infrastructure investments. This course

is about how private finance is and will be used: the logic, financial structure, risk analysis, legal background, contracts and scope of a national infrastructure
programme is examined in great depth with a range of relevant local case studies and plenty of group work and participation.

KEY TOPICS COVERED
– PPP Model and their applicability across different sectors/scenarios
– Structuring PPP/PFI projects
– Critical factors in ensuring PPP project success
– Tendering and partner selection
– Strategies for successful project bidding
– Project finance option – Sources and Type of Debt/Equity Funding
– Methods for Equitable risk allocation
– PFI/PPP Project Evaluation

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
– Analyse Alternative PPP model and evaluate their applicability in different scenarios
– Better understand the tendering and bidding process for successful project outcomes
– Agree on win-win contract deliverable for all stakeholder
– Examine PPP project finance option to optimise ROI
– Get on top of common challenges to making PPPs work
– Understand stakeholder psychologies to better negotiate and manage PPP contracts
– Use case study and group exercise to appreciate the practical implementation issue

SUBJECT MATTER
Origin and Background to Infrastructure Finance in Asia-Pac : Comparison of infrastructure projects in Asia-Pac
– Structures in PPP Projects : Lessons from PPP Experience in Asian Countries
– Comparative PPP Procedures – the Framework for Public Private Partnerships :Comparing Costings in a PPP versus conventional procurement – how to evaluate value for money in a PPP
– Sources and Types of Debt Funding :Asian Development Bank and the role of the private sector, Review of financing guidance and codes in PPP Projects, focusing on water, power and transport projects
– Sources and Types of Equity (“Sponsor”) Funding :Evaluating the financial model of a PPP transaction – assessing debt, equity and risk
– Overview of Risk and Risk Allocation :Comparative risk evaluation in toll road evaluations
– Additional Factors in PPP Project Implementation :Renewable energy project analysis in Asia
– PFI / PPP Project Evaluation :International comparison of best practice guides in PP
– Future Prospects : Review of future size and scope planning for PPP projects in Thailand and throughout Asia-Pac