New to London Business School's finance programme portfolio, Project Finance focuses on the application of techniques and principles to structure, value and finance large-scale projects. Participants work through a series of case studies to apply project finance principles and valuation methods to real-life projects.
By the end of the programme participants have a framework for understanding the many ways in which project finance can mitigate specific risks and provide incentives, while also assessing the limitations of such structures.
Professor Karl Lins gives an overview of London Business School's new Project Finance programme and explains why this is increasingly becoming one of the most popular and growing areas in finance.
Why choose this programme?
By attending this programme you will learn:
- How to use project finance to finance and value large-scale projects
- How to mitigate specific risks and provide incentives
- How to analyse and structure project risks
- What factors sponsors and lenders look for when assessing project finance structures
- How to apply methods to value highly-leveraged projects
- How projects in distress should be optimally restructured
Who is this programme for?
The Project Finance programme is designed for:
- Finance professionals from both the private and public sectors in industries including: energy and power, oil and gas, infrastructure, transportation and logistics, water and utilities, education, and healthcare
- Equity investors or sponsors
- Project finance advisers within banks
- Lawyers / legal advisers
- Auditors and risk managers
The programme requires that participants have some familiarity with basic corporate finance and valuation concepts.