RUS | ENG | All
Enter the email or login, that you used for registration.
If you do not remember your password, simply leave this field blank and you will receive a new, along with a link to activate.

Not registered yet?
Welcome!

2020-09-24 12:09:00

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS & CONTRACTS

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS & CONTRACTS

 

Public Private Partnership (PPP) workshop is now available in five locations  

A comprehensive five days’ workshop aims to provide an in-depth understanding of how PPPs work, 

from financial, commercial, project & legal aspects. 

Singapore – The Public Private Partnership (PPP): Financing, Projects & Contracts workshop is back for 2020. With more sessions in different locations, Infocus International is delighted to bring one of their best events to professionals from all around the world. 

“Excellent course for anyone involved in PPP. Highly recommended. Excellent course director!” said Beverly Nelson, the project manager for PNG Ports Corporation. 

This workshop provides sector-by-sector analysis of PPP models and structures, covering infrastructure, transportation, energy, healthcare, housing, water & waste, finance & economic affairs, IT & telecom, aviation, defence, commerce and other relevant industries. At the end of the workshop, participants will construct and use a real PPP model based on a real example by using Excel. 

Sessions available: 

  • 30 March – 3 April 2020, Kuala Lumpur
  • 22 – 26 June 2020, London
  • 31 August – 4 September 2020, Johannesburg
  • 11 – 15 October 2020, Dubai
  • 23 – 27 November 2020, Singapore 

Course Highlights: 

  • Financial & Commercial aspect of PPP, e.g. funding, how to attract investors, project finance, ROI.
  • Project aspect of PPP, e.g. project planning, cost control, risks, implementation.
  • Legal aspect of PPP, e.g. contract, regulation, dispute resolution.
  • Sector-by-sector analysis of PPP models and structures.
  • Building a real PPP model using Excel. 

Benefits of Attending: 

  • Source funding for local and international projects.
  • Evaluate the successes and failures of private finance.
  • Know when a project should and should not be delivered through private finance.
  • Implement, structure and strategise PPP/PFI projects.
  • Review PPP financing options and financial models to optimise ROI.
  • Appreciate different models of private finance infrastructure delivery.
  • Learn best practice for the delivery of PPP contracts.
  • Analyse financial and legal aspects of PPP contracts.
  • Place local PPP projects in global context and evaluate the future structure, challenges and prospects for infrastructure in the region.
  • Apply the principles of US, European and global private finance experience to other markets.
  • Develop an understanding of the future of private finance for infrastructure.
  • Learn best practice in PPP modelling.
  • Build a reliable PPP model from scratch using Excel. 

Simply email to weslyn@infocusinternational.com or call +65 6325 0274 to register your attendance. For more information, please visit https://www.infocusinternational.com/ppp.

---

About Infocus International Group

Infocus International is a global business intelligence provider of strategic information and professional services for diverse business communities.

Infocus International recognises clients’ needs and responds with innovative and result oriented programmes. All products are founded on high value content in diverse subject areas, and the highest level of quality is ensured through intensive and in-depth market research from local and international insights. 

Any queries, please contact:

Weslyn Lee        

Tel: +65 6325 0274 | Email: weslyn@infocusinternational.com

Web: https://www.infocusinternational.com

 ---- 

Log in to read the publication.

An authorized user gets access to four FREE publications per month.

You can also buy a full access to all publications of the site since January 2014.

Tags: Public, Private, Partnership, Financing, Projects, Contracts
Chronicle:
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS CONTRACTS
2020, September, 25, 12:49:00
TANK FARMS AND OIL TERMINALS IN RUSSIA, CONFERENCE AND EXIBITION
We are glad to announce that the 15th Technical Conference Tank Farms and Oil Terminals: from Advanced Design to Operational Excellence 2020 is now open. The event will take place on 12-13 November 2020, in Saint-Petersburg.
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS CONTRACTS
2020, September, 25, 12:45:00
GLOBAL RENEWABLE PERSPECTIVES & RISKS
Key risks for the renewables sector are reductions in direct subsidies and tax credits as observed in China, Europe, and the US, permitting barriers and a cloudier outlook for long-term electricity prices.
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS CONTRACTS
2020, September, 25, 12:40:00
GLOBAL ENERGY TRANSITION FOR CLIMATE
Several oil majors are charting a faster shift to cleaner energy.
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS CONTRACTS
2020, September, 25, 12:35:00
EUROPE'S CLIMATE TARGETS
These goals are appropriately ambitious, while also realistic and achievable. Climate change mitigation is not a luxury but a necessity if we want to avoid a climate crisis.
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS CONTRACTS
2020, September, 25, 12:30:00
THE NEW MICRO NUCLEAR
“Radiant is developing the first power generation system that can go anywhere,” company co-founder Doug Bernauer told
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS CONTRACTS
2020, September, 24, 12:35:00
OIL PRICE: BELOW $42 YET
Brent dropped 34 cents, or 0.8%, to $41.43 a barrel, WTI fell 37 cents, or 0.9%, to $39.56 a barrel.
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS CONTRACTS
2020, September, 24, 12:30:00
RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
Russia has 36 nuclear power units in operation and three new ones under construction. In March, Russia's Ministry for Economic Development published a draft strategy for low-carbon development to 2050. The strategy's basic scenario would see nuclear output grow from 203 TWh in 2017 to 225 TWh in 2030 and 260 TWh in 2050. State nuclear corporation Rosatom's foreign orders include 36 units, which are at various stages of implementation.
All Publications »