In this course you will return :
- A typical project comprises of a network of contracts which cover execution in each phase of the project.
- The use of bank syndication as a vehicle to fund most infrastructure projects. It establishes the roles and responsibilities of each bank in the syndicate and shows the split of fee between the mandated lead arranger vs. other banks.
- This module covers the concept of project finance as a bulk of risk. A project is broken into two phases with each phase having typical risks associated with them.
- Finally it shows how the 2008 economic crisis changed the dynamics of this mode of financing.