This online practitioner-led, introductory course covers the fundamental concepts structured in a way to help participants understand how are implemented internationally, explaining regional and country differences in approach.

Broken into nine weekly modules, the course provides the latest and most advanced knowledge and practical skills that are applicable to your day-to-day work and to help you progress your career in infrastructure. Trainees will also be able to form lasting networks with the other attendees through collective working.

Overview of the Course

The content is designed to cover all the current topics in the industry including the principles of equity and debt investing, investment in renewables, use of the Regulated Asset Base model, investment approaches to infrastructure corporates, and models for new technologies.

The course is broken into nine 2-hour weekly modules:

  • Basic Principles of Infrastructure Finance
  • Equity Investment in Infrastructure
  • Debt Structuring
  • Legal
  • RAB as a Means of Supporting Investment
  • Financing Renewables
  • Financing Infrastructure Corporates
  • Financing Future Infrastructure
  • Role Play Exercise

Delegates will be able to hear about and explore the following areas in greater detail:

  • Basic principles of Infrastructure Finance
  • Equity investor’s perspective and issues in Infrastructure investment
  • Debt products and issues in infrastructure finance
  • Legal structuring and documentation in infrastructure finance
  • The use of Regulated Asset Base models in infrastructure investments
  • Risks and issues in renewables financing
  • Corporate financing in infrastructure
  • Future infrastructure financing models and challenges

Who Should Attend?

The Masterclass in Infrastructure Investment is designed for Infrastructure and energy professionals, who are:

  • Investment and finance practitioners with 6 years’ experience or wider roles in the infrastructure industry
  • We encourage a diverse range of attendees but with a predominant focus on the UK and European markets

 

 

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Course details

Dates: 1 Oct – 27 Nov 2024

Location:Live and interactive virtual classroom sessions will be delivered via Teams.

Format: Virtual group training led by practitioners

Duration: 8 x 2hr & 1 x 4hr (role play exercise) weekly modules

Agenda

8.00 -10.00am per session.

 

Course Module Trainers

Our courses are delivered by experienced practitioners, chosen for their relevance to the country and sectors involved.

Module 1 – 1 Oct | Darryl Murphy (Aviva Investors)

Module 2 – 9 Oct  | Alex Yew

Module 3 – 16 Oct | Phil Adams (Deloitte)

Module 4 – 23 Oct | Mark Richards (BCLP)

Module 5 – 30 Oct | Hugh Fraser (KPMG)

Module 6 – 6 Nov | Josephine Pletts (SMBC)

Module 7 – 13 Nov | Arash Mojabi / Amaury GIlliot (ING)

Module 8 – 20th Nov | Philippa Eddie / Rachel Nodder (IPA) and Axel Jaegle (UKIB)

Module 9 – 27 Nov | Alex Murray (Prequin)

 

Course Fees

IPFA Member / Public Sector Rate: £1900* / €2,220
Non-Member Rate: £2,500* / €2,920 *plus VAT

Multiple Delegate Discount
Delegate discounts are available for group bookings.

This course is also available in-house.

 

Payment Terms:

Please complete the online booking form to register for this course. Once your registration has been approved by the IPFA Learning Team, an invoice will be raised and sent to you via email. All invoices will need to be settled prior to the course date. A joining instruction containing all course information will be sent 2 weeks before the start date. By registering for this training course, you are confirming that you are authorised by your organisation to attend. Please note IPFA is not responsible for obtaining your organisation’s internal approvals.

 

What our learning attendees think

‘It was a privilege to have attended this insightful course led by the brilliant Alex Yew who provided a fantastic insight into PPPs, Project Finance, and current market developments. Delving into the insights via first-hand case studies and networking with peers in the industry was particularly rewarding.’

Kahema Mungili, Clyde & Co

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