This course will provide students with a strong practical and theoretical framework to be able to analyze complex
infrastructure investment projects from first principles and will cover both the structuring aspects of this financial
discipline (commercial and legal frameworks, key risk and mitigants, financial modelling) as well as real-world
infrastructure project finance case studies and industry sector guest speakers.
Overall, the course provides a practical and quantitative approach to understanding project finance transactions;
focuses on energy and infrastructure transactions; integrates principles of corporate finance with an understanding of
specific technologies, industrial organization, regulatory framework and country-specific policies; examines foreign
exchange issues, taxation, risk evaluation and mitigation and key contractual structures; explores the fundamentals of
International Project Finance; and complements and adds to the current fundamentals of Project Finance course.
This course is relevant to students contemplating careers in financing infrastructure projects, considering dual
engineering/finance degrees, or working for developers/sponsors of international infrastructure projects, private equity
investors and infrastructure funds or international financial organizations such as Multilateral development institutions
(World Bank, Asia Development Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, Asia Development Bank, Asia Infrastructure
Complete ANY of the following Courses
B8452 - 001
Attendance at first class is mandatory for all enrolled students as well as those on a waitlist or who hope to add the class during Add/Drop.
B8452 - 001
Attendance at the first class is mandatory for all enrolled students and those on a waitlist or who hope to add the class during Add/Drop.