Global Project Finance

CEE227

Stanford School of Engineering


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Description

The financing and development of critical infrastructure is a complex, risky endeavor involving many disparate stakeholders. This course focuses on the early stage planning, financial structuring and risk assessment of critical infrastructure necessary to set large, long term capital intensive projects up for success.

Topics include

  • Bond financing for infrastructure projects
  • Financial modeling for infrastructure investment
  • Revenue or demand risk for transportation projects
  • Infrastructure allocations for institutional investors
  • Default risk in project finance
  • Technology risk and project finance
  • Early stage project development
  • Project company legal agreements and structuring
  • Private infrastructure fund management structuring
  • Infrastructure procurement via public-private partnerships

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