Project Financing: Analyzing and Structuring Projects
This book covers the project financing process from the perspective of a wider and more general group of stakeholders by addressing the three key elements of cash flow; collateral/support structures; and risk management. Following a detailed description of project financing in the first chapter, the authors discuss the project financing process, modelling and risk management, public private partnerships and project financing in practice including the use of the principles in a range of different contexts. A sound understanding of project management is fundamental to successful project financing, as is the need to have a clear plan for a project to communicate the essential information that different stakeholders require. A successful project financing starts with the different phases of a project and descriptions of the key risk areas include the challenges in estimating the cost of a project and the general principles of financial modelling with a discussion of the unique aspects of financial modelling for different industries. Throughout the book, short recent international case studies are used to illustrate successful and unsuccessful projects allowing the lessons learned to be visible and there are many examples of specific applications of project finance techniques throughout the text.
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