Definitions and overviewa.
Infrastructure Development and P3s – an opportunity for private finance in the USb.
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.
The Public sector perspectivea.
The regulatory framework in the USb.
The P3 bidding process
Day 2 (The Public Sector perspective contd.)
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