INTERFIMA presents Project Finance Workshop

Schemes and available tools
Lisbon, 26 June 2012 Outline and Registration Form

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Key Aspects of the Course
Get a better understanding of the Project Financing industry currently Learn about current developments in the Project Financing schemes, associated to banking, contractors and developers, and other related parties Find out on latest trends in the Project Finance arena as formed by the latest regional and international economic events.

Who Should Attend
Project financing bankers

Means of Delivery

This structured course’s objective is to understand how to build a profesInvestment fund managers sional relationship under best knowledge of instruments and financial Government and administration officials tools. A key part of the course will be the use of theory, examples, and Contractors and developers case studies of best practice and to synthesize this information through Legal advisors individual and group exercise.

Consulting firms officers

Participation will be limited to a number of 25 delegates for higher interactivity

About the program and Project Financing
Project financing can be considered as the motor to modern societies’ progress and development. After the economic meltdown and the scarcity of funds around the globe, project finance was impacted heavily. New means, instruments and approaches had to be adopted to balance the downturn of the activity with the necessity for better living conditions. This one day intensive executive course examines project financing on its full dimension, proving a round view on how things have evolved in the project financing arena due to the latest global developments by focusing on sectors such transportation, infrastructure, energy, utilities, industrial development, etc.

Participants who complete this course will be given a certificate issued by the International Association of Financial Management’s professional body while being awarded a full status membership to the organization.

About the International Association of Financial Management
The International Association of Financial Management, a global organization provides financial training courses to professionals, institutions and corporations around the various locations it operates. Interfima presents programs in banking, insurance, capital markets, wealth management, risk management, project finance among others. Interfima mission comforms with the progress of our members, the organizations’ prosperity we serve, and the development of the communities and the markets we operate visit WWW.INTERFIMA.ORG

Meet your facilitator
Remy, is a senior international banker of a very lucrative professional background. For more than thirty (30) years he has been associated to private banks or international financial authorities in the field of project finance and project management in a variety of regions including among others, Europe, North and South America, and Africa. Throughout his career Remy, serviced in positions of responsibility in organizations such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank (WB), the Bank of Italy (BoI) as well as Recchi Finanziaria and Bear Sterns Italy. From 1994 Remy operates his own firm based in Milano, Italy where he became representative of Macquirie Bank for more than 5 years. The scope of his operation are associated currently with investment banking and advisory to Italian, foreign companies, as well as the Ministry of Treasury and local authorities, on infrastructure project financing, in various fields (public transportation, energy, tourism, water, etc.),and on corporate finance activities. He sits currently on the Board of Directors for Fondo Next (a close end fund). In the past he was board member for organizations such as Banca Euromobiliare, Carex European Group, Cofinec (a Cerus, EBRD and other banks consortium), Banco di Napoli, Macquirie Airport Group and other. Along his professional activities, Remy is a Project Finance professor for the SDA Bocconi, school of management in Milano, Italy.

Project Finance Workshop, June 26 Lisbon International Association of Financial Management ®

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Morning Session
Introduction to Project Finance

• Project finance versus corporate finance • Project cycles • Main players • Public and private projects: Value for money and public sector comparator • Introduction to main project finance models

Concession models and Public Private Partnerships

• Key features of public private partnership (PPP) • BOT models and Unbundled models • Critisisms and implications for PPP/Concessions • Concessions, renegotiations and “Governance” of infrastructure

Introduction to Financial Modeling

• Feasibility study • Indicators of project profitability and feasibility • Indicators of project “bankability” • Security package • Source of Funds (equity, debt, sub-debt, bonds and capital market)

Afternoon Session
Introduction to Financial Modeling (continuing)

• Feasibility study • Indicators of project profitability and feasibility • Indicators of project “bankability” • Security package • Source of Funds (equity, debt, sub-debt, bonds and capital market

Risk Analysis

• Market risk and single off-taker risk • Risk allocation between public, private parties in concessions and PPP • Risk allocation and PPP accounting (EUROSTAT) standards • Guarantees and risk mitigation (contractual guarantees)

Current Trends in Project Finance

• Project finance and credit crunch • Role of banks, contractors and European mulitaleral agencies • New financing mechanisms to overcome crisis (Project bonds, infrastructure bonds, public lending versus public grants, etc) • Is there room for a new EU monoline industry? • Managing and mitigating project risk in a new “riskier” scenario

Interactive discussion covering key features of the course proceedings

PROJECT FINANCE WORKSHOP , June 26 Lisbon International Association of Financial Management ®

Send your filled registration forms till June 15th back at portugal@interfima.org

Registration Form
Regular Rate EUR 750 (exlud. VAT) Group Rate (3+) EUR 700 (exlud. VAT)

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Methods of Payment
By credit card please debit my Card Number : Expiry : By bank cheque made payable to “INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT” By bank tranfer CAIXA GERAL DE DEPOSITOS Bank Portugal Carvalhosa & Consultores associados, Lda (Cascais-Lisboa) IBAN Number PT50 0035 0208 00011423430 17 Please indicate NAME and SURNAME of participant
TERMS AND CONDITIONS Payment Terms Cancellation
Fees cover only attendance to the event, refreshements and coffee, training material, membership and certificate of attendance fees. They do not cover lunch, accommodation, transportation or any other expenses All invoices have to be fully paid within a week from the registration completion. fees are denominated in Euro currency unless otherwise stated. For further information about your registration you can contact us at + 351 21 457 95 27 or email us at portugal@interfima.org If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra cost. Please provide substitute delegate in writing. In the event that you have to cancel, INTERFIMA accepts cancellation only in writing and not over the phone. INTERFIMA observes the NO REFUND policy for cancellation. A set of documentation and course material will be sent to you. In the event that INTERFIMA postpones the event, delegate payment on postponement date will be credited to a rescheduled date. In the event that INTERFIMA cancels the event,delegate payments at the date of cancellation will be used as credit for INTERFIMA’s future events. The credit is valid for up to 12 months from the date of issuance.

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Notice

INTERFIMA reserves the right to change event dates, sites or location or alter the content and timing of the program or the speakers without penalty. INTERFIMA assumes no liability whatsoever if the event is changed, postponed, or cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances that would render the event impracticable and impossible. Unforeseen circumstances include butnot limited to Act of God, disaster, civil disturbances, act of terrorism, curtailment on transportfacilities, or any other emergency or perceived threat. All material, designed, presented, distributed etc is intellectual property of INTERFIMA Any unothaurized use such as distribution, publication or reproduction is prohibited by law.

Contact us for a tailor made cost effective inhouse solution for your institution and organization. For further information you can always reach Mr Pedro Carvalhosa Telephone + (351) 21 457 95 27 Mobile + (351) 925 817 999 Email pcarvalhosa@interfima.org

Project Finance Workshop, 26 June Lisbon International Association of Financial Management ®

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