Using a case study approach and proven techniques for best practice modelling, participants will develop a structured, transparent and flexible project finance financial model. Calculations cover revenues, operating costs, capital expenditure, depreciation, debt and equity financing leading to the development of integrated financial statements.
Participants will learn to work with the powerful and easy to follow FAST modelling practice methodology. These skills can be used to support reviews by Lenders and to support organisations that develop projects. Throughout the course, key aspects of project finance transactions are discussed and how these may be translated into a financial model.
Construction period modelling, interest during construction, circularities and sources and uses of funds
Debt repayments, debt sculpting and cover ratios
Revenues, operations, integrated financial statements and equity valuation
Sensitivities and financial model checks
|28 – 29 January 2021||Project Finance Modelling||2 days||Johannesburg||R16,500|
|11 – 12 March 2021||Project Finance Modelling||2 days||Johannesburg||R16,500|
|29 – 30 April 2021||Project Finance Modelling||2 days||Johannesburg||R16,500|
For organisations with specific training requirements, we offer in-house training courses at a date and place that is convenient for the participants. The Training can be tailored to suit the participants and course content tweaked accordingly