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IPFA Webinars: Project Finance Modelling: Essential Model Functionality for Powerful Transaction Analysis

Hosted by: Corality Financial Group



This webinar will take place on Wednesday 6th July at 12.30pm AEST (Sydney 12.30pm, Singapore 10.30am, London 3.30am, New York 10.30pm 5th July). To register for the webinar on Thursday 7th July at 2pm BST follow this link.​ Sessions will be recorded and available on the IPFA website afterwards.

Reaching financial close in a project finance transaction requires a financial model that can satisfy a range of stakeholders, including debt financiers, equity sponsors, governments and developers. Each stakeholder will use the financial model to assess the transaction from their unique perspective, and planning for these requirements ensures a smoother execution phase. This webinar will demonstrate what the project finance market expects from a financial model, with a focus on how each module can developed to meet the needs of various stakeholders. 

Attendees will gain valuable insights into:

- how to improve the communication of key model outputs
- build confidence with transparent model structures
- develop powerful scenario functionality 
- how to improve the model audit trail

This webinar is targeting industry participants who want to develop their understanding of the role the financial model plays for various stakeholders, and how the structure and functionality can be tailored to meet these needs. Deep technical (Excel) discussion will be avoided to focus on the link between commercial negotiations and model functionality.

The session will be followed by a Q&A, moderated by Adrian Kong, KPMG; Australia Future Leaders Network (FLN) Committee Member.

 

This webinar will take place on Wednesday 6th July at 12.30pm AEST and Thursday 7th July at 2.00pm BST. You are registering for the webinar on 6th July. To register for the webinar on 7th July please follow this link.


For registration enquiries, please contact events@ipfa.org

July 6th, 2016 12:30 PM   to   1:30 PM