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Infrastructure Development and P3s in the US - Brochure v2

Infrastructure Development and P3s in the US - Brochure v2

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Infrastructure Development and P3s in the U.S.
Training Course. New York - 14-15 November 2013
InfraPPPWorldS.L.+34661249763ama@infrapppworld.comwww.infrappptraining.com
 
 
Government executives
 
Multilateral executives
 
Contractors
 
Consultants
 
Engineers/Architects
Who should attend?
The objective of this training course is to provide a holistic understanding of themultidimensional aspects of current procurement patterns of infrastructure projects inthe US. There are a multitude of players and opportunities in this market. This coursewill provide attendees a comprehensive understanding of the differing butcomplementary roles and opportunities in the market. This training program is targetedat beginner and intermediate level participants who have an interest in contributing toor enhancing their contributions in the infrastructure P3 market in the US. A completeunderstanding of strategic, financial and commercial aspects of these transactions is keyto enhancing your contributions to this growing market. As the market evolves,government officials, consultants, engineers, designers, contractors, lenders andinvestors, and legal advisors are exploring new or improved and integrated businessmodels for meaningful engagement with the market. This training will cover the lifecycle of transactions through case studies of past and recent transactions in multiplesectors as well as the differing considerations of the public and private sectors. Finallythe course will review contractual terms that are being used in transactions to optimizerisks and rewards.
Course Objective
 
Planners
 
P3 developers
 
Project finance professionals
 
Lenders and investors
 
Accounting and legal professionals You can be assured of a comfortable, convenient learning environment throughout theduration of the course.Due to the variation in delegate numbers, we will send confirmation of the venue to youapproximately 6 weeks before the start of the course.
Venue
 
Infrastructure Development and P3s in the U.S.
Training Course. New York - 14-15 November 2013
InfraPPPWorldS.L.+34661249763ama@infrapppworld.comwww.infrappptraining.com
Agenda
Day 1
 
1.
 
Introductions2.
 
Definitions and overviewa.
 
Infrastructure Development and P3s – an opportunity for private finance in the USb.
 
Contractual approachesc.
 
The stakeholders and their perspectivesi.
 
Where are you? Where can you be?d.
 
Sources of financing and funding3.
 
Risk and its allocation in project financea.
 
Identify risks – Political, Environmental, Technical, Completion, O&M, Market,b.
 
Allocate risks – Risk Matrix, contractsc.
 
Mitigate risks – Security package, insurance4.
 
Background and history of financing infrastructure projects in the US.a.
 
Overview of case studies (greenfields and brownfields). Analyze case studies tounderstand key characteristics of bankable transactions.i.
 
Summary and overview of the transactionii.
 
Transaction structureiii.
 
Financial overviewiv.
 
Lessons learned5.
 
The Public sector perspectivea.
 
The regulatory framework in the USb.
 
The P3 bidding process
Day 2 (The Public Sector perspective contd.)
 c.
 
Creating an enabling environment for funding and financing – TIFIA and PABsd.
 
 Value for Moneye.
 
Benefits, rewards, risks6.
 
The private sector perspectivea.
 
Equity – sources and considerationsb.
 
Debt – sources and considerationsc.
 
Financial models – cash flows, quantification of risks and sensitivitiesd.
 
Benefits, rewards, risks7.
 
Tying it together - contractual terms and key clauses that optimize risk allocationsa.
 
Availability payment structureb.
 
Shared revenue structure8.
 
Wrap up – group discussion, questions and answers
 
Infrastructure Development and P3s in the U.S.
Training Course. New York - 14-15 November 2013
InfraPPPWorldS.L.+34661249763ama@infrapppworld.comwww.infrappptraining.com
 
Suhrita Sen has 25 years of consulting experience in the infrastructure, construction andreal estate sectors. Working nationally and internationally, she has advised a broad rangeof projects on the intersection of technical, financial and commercial matters. Her recentproject experience includes:(i)
 
Strategic planning for large-scale urban infrastructure projects;(ii)
 
Feasibility studies, procurement advice, risk allocations, due diligence and transactionstructure for alternative delivery (P3s and D-Bs) projects across multiple sectors.Her career has spanned leadership roles in two big 4 organizations as well as in globalengineering and consulting firms in New York. As a published author and presenter with astrong industry presence, she has received recognition as a subject matter expertglobally. As an adjunct faculty at Columbia University, she has taught graduate courses inPublic Private Partnerships for Capital and Infrastructure Projects.Suhrita is also an alumna of Columbia University, member of the Public Development andInfrastructure Council at The Urban Land Institute as well as a PMP and member of theProject Management Institute.
Course Director

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