The Public-Private Partnership Finance course examines emerging development finance model with a focus on how development finance agencies can adopt PPP principles to address a variety of projects. This course will cover basic PPP concepts, key players involved in transactions, asset valuation, contract negotiation, risk assessment, revenue stream development, and feasibility analysis.
In addition, several PPP projects from across the globe will be presented, and the experts will analyze the successful elements in each deal. Interest in PPP financing is growing as state and local governments face tough budget decisions along with declining public investment in infrastructure. Several state and local agencies have used PPP to finance real estate developments, schools, parking garages, public transit, affordable housing, water facilities, and more. During the course , Participants will learn the common characteristics and drivers of PPP financing and various structures of these deals.
>After completion of this course participants should be able to :
>Learn the fundamental concepts of PPP transactions and the partners involved
>Examine the common characteristics of PPP projects
>Gain a greater understanding of the legislative and regulatory environment for PPP
>Learn about the various debt and equity structures in PPP deals
>Develop contract negotiation and risk management skills
>Review best practices and case studies that can be implemented
Who should to attend
>Community Development Professionals
>Government and Nonprofit Finance Officers Attorneys Accountants