Event Start:
29/04/20 09:00
Event End:
30/04/20 17:00
Location:
Update: This course has been postponed
Event Summary:

IPFA Training: Singapore
Understanding International Project Finance


Important notice: this course has been postponed.

With the escalation of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) a number of our members are facing strict travel and meeting attendance restrictions. In light of these concerns, we have postponed this course from its original date of 29-30 April. Once we have confirmed a new date, we will inform members by sending out an email announcement and updating our website. 

IPFA would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any inconvenience caused. However, the health and safety of members and staff is our priority.

Due to some changes in our event schedule, over the coming months we will be producing an increased amount of content for members to access online. You can find our current online content on our website, including industry presentations and webinars.

Keep an eye out for announcements by following us on LinkedIn and by making sure that you are subscribed to the appropriate mailing lists - existing users should visit this page and new users can sign up here

 

The programme covers international project finance with the emphasis on its application in SE Asia. The course will cover everything from procurement, risk management (from both a government and a private sector perspective) through to cashflows and finance structure with discussions covering project contractual structures and risk management techniques used in Project Finance. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the following:

- The role of JBIC, NEXI and multilaterals in some SE Asian markets.
- The range of risk management tools available to international project financiers
- Risk allocation and management of counterparty risk
- Familiarity with the range of documents used in international project finance
- Key issues in project and finance documents
- The role of the SPV
- Basic finance structure used to manage cashflows
- Monitoring the transaction

The course will be facilitated by Ian Greer, a leading practitioner in the project finance market. Training will take place in the form of interactive discussions, working groups and case studies. Full details of our course instructor can be found here

Detailed course materials will also be provided, and each delegate will receive a certificate upon satisfactory completion of the course, plus 12 CPD points. 

See full programme here.


Multiple Booking Discounts:
- 10% discount for two delegates
- 15% discount for three delegates
- 20% discount for four or more delegates
* applied to the total fee (please note any discounts will be reflected on the invoice)

For further information, please contact training@ipfa.org.

 

Important notice: this course has been postponed.

Hosts

Organisation:
CMS

Fees

Name :
IPFA Member / Public Sector
Amount
650.00
Currency
US Dollar

Name :
Non-Member
Amount
995.00
Currency
US Dollar

Standard Disclaimer

Please complete the online booking form to register for the course. Once your registration has been received, an invoice will be raised and sent to you in USD. Confirmation of your attendance along with joining instructions will be sent upon receipt of payment.

Fees include all documentation, lunch and refreshments but does not include accommodation.

IPFA reserves the right, prior to the commencement date to change or cancel the whole or any part of the programme. Please do not book travel plans until the course is confirmed to you in writing.

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