Upcoming Seminar:
PRIVATE PARTICIPATION IN INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND PROJECT FINANCE
August 20-31, 2012

This course provides training in the design, negotiation and financing of private participation in infrastructure development and covers topics of interest to private sector lawyers, contractors, bankers and accountants, as well as government officials. It uses case studies and negotiation exercises to identify critical issues related to the use of project finance techniques to fund PPPs.
Key Topics:
  • Planning for Private Participation
  • Design of Concessions and Other PPP Arrangements
  • Negotiation of Key Contract Clauses
  • Project Finance: Structure and Basic Techniques
  • Project Finance: Arranging the Funding
  • Renegotiation and Restructuring
Washington, DC; 10 Business Days
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