This 2-day practitioner-led course in London on 17-18 October,  is designed for experienced practitioners from other disciplines as well as finance specialists who wish to better understand the current and more challenging issues in project finance and PPPs.

The programme covers concepts structured in a way to help experienced participants understand how Project Finance, PPPs and private sector investments in infrastructure and energy are implemented internationally, explaining regional and country differences in approach during the course based on the Trainer and Case Study Speakers experiences.

Overview of the Course

The programme covers concepts structured in a way to help experienced participants understand:

  • How Project Finance, PPPs and private sector investments in infrastructure and energy are implemented internationally
  • Explaining regional and country differences in approach based on the Trainer and Case Study Practitioners’ experiences.
  • Case studies focused on:
    • Financial Modelling
    • Financial Structuring
    • Asset Management
    • Legal
    • ESG & Sustainability
    • Risk Allocation & Mitigation

 

 

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

  • Advanced risk allocation approaches and issues, including volume risk, inflation, interest rates
  • Current issues relating to legal structuring and issues
  • Financial structuring and financing products for complex projects
  • Interpretation and sense checking of Financial models
  • Asset Management issues, including handback regimes
  • Developments in ESG approaches and sustainable infrastructure
  • Overview of international PPP regimes
  • Latest market developments

Who Should Attend?

The Project Finance Advanced training course in London is designed for Infrastructure and energy professionals, who have:

  • Completed our ‘Project Finance Fundamentals’ course
  • Experience working in the project finance or PPP sector
  • The course is designed to be useful to both experienced practitioners from other disciplines as well as finance specialists who wish to better understand the current and emerging issues in infrastructure and energy project finance.

You do not need to be a finance specialist as the course is designed to be useful to both experienced practitioners from other disciplines as well as finance specialists who wish to better understand the current and more challenging issues in project finance and PPPs.

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Course details

Date: 17-18 Oct

Location: London

Hosted by: Gowlings, 4 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AU

Format: In-person group training led by a practitioner(s)

Duration: 2-day

Agenda

DAY 1 & 2 (Day 2 will finish at 4.30pm)

Registration: 8.30am – 9.00am
Course Starts: 9.00am
Course Finishes: 4.30pm
Networking: 4.30pm – 5.30pm

CPD Verified: 12 points

 

This course is also available in-house.

In House Training

IPFA Learning also delivers in house training for this course which is tailored to the needs of your organisation, in global locations

If you are planning team training for 2024/5, find out more about how we can help you:

  • We tailor the content and case studies to focus on the topics and issues relevant to your organisation
  • Your team can learn together, at a convenient time that suits you
  •  A cost-effective option if you have multiple employees needing to attend a course

Contact our Learning team for more details.

Meet our Trainer

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


Alex Yew
Independent Director / Advisor / Consultant

Alex Yew has more than 25 years of experience in law, banking, and investments. He has worked internationally on projects in Asia, UK, Europe, Australia, North America, and Latin America.

 

Alex is currently pursuing a plural/portfolio career focussing on Non-executive Director, Senior Advisor, Investment Committee and Consultant roles. He is a Non-executive Director and Senior Advisor for Europe with Plenary, the international infrastructure investor. He is also a Non-executive Director for GCP Infrastructure Investments Limited, a FTSE-250 listed investment trust focussed on infrastructure and energy debt investments. His most recent executive roles were as Senior Advisor and Senior Managing Director at John Laing, the international infrastructure and energy investor. During the 14 years he worked at John Laing, Alex held leadership roles in Project Finance, New Markets, Strategy, Partnerships, Latin America, and Europe. He was also a member of the senior leadership team and Investment Committee.

Prior to John Laing Alex was a Director in the infrastructure advisory team at CIBC World Markets in London and he was also a banker and lawyer in Southeast Asia. Alex has a law degree from the National University of Singapore and a Masters in Finance from London Business School.

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Course Fees

IPFA Member / Public Sector Rate: £1,495*
Non-Member Rate: £1,700* 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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