This course begins with an understanding of the various ways a project can originate and then dives deep into the concept of feasibility studies. You’ll review a few financing models and then look at the participants in a project finance deal and understand their motivations.
You’ll learn about lenders, who are one of the most important participants in any deal, and get familiarized with their areas of concerns.
This course is part of the New York Institute of Finance’s popular Project Finance and the Public Private Partnership Professional Certificate program.
- Recognize how certain business needs and objectives can be efficiently satisfied with a particular type of project structure.
- Identify the role of various project participants in constructing financial models.
- List key design features and required projections of robust and credible financial models.
- Recognize the concerns of different types of lenders during each project phase.
- Identify the different hedging products available for managing common project risks in developed and emerging markets.
Jeff is a New York Institute of Finance faculty member with over 30 years of corporate valuation, investment banking and private equity experience. He has been an instructor at the New York Institute of Finance since 2005 where he has designed and delivered courses in M&A and related finance topics. Jeff holds a MBA from Wharton School and a B.S. from University of Science.
He was a former private investment executive at Emerging Markets Partnership and a former investment banker at two major Wall Street firms, Lehman Brothers and Schroder Wertheim.
Presently, Jeff is the managing director at FOCUS and the author of four books on valuation, investment and finance.