Asia Pacific & Africa needs new infrastructure. Roads, airports, schools, hospitals and housing: the list is enormous and growing. Yet severely limited budgets and deficits continue to prevent government at all levels from delivering the kinds of structural change that has always been needed.
In response, countries in the region have developed relatively successful PPP programmes - similar in many ways yet with specific national characteristics. Challenges remain throughout the region and are intensifying in the current environment. This course faces these head on and delivers expertise in an interactive environment filled with case studies, group discussions and technical evaluation.
Merely grasping the concepts of PPP does not do justice to our great responsibility of having an ownership in your country's future. We already know what we need to do, now is the time to really discover HOW.
This master class aims to do just that. Beginning with an in-depth understanding of how PPPs work, from financial, commercial, project & legal aspects, we seek to push our participants to innovate with real life case studies, group discussions and technical evaluation.
- 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 Asian/African private finance
- Implement structure and strategise PPP/PFI projects
- Review PPP financing options and financial models to optimise ROI
- Learn best practice for the delivery of PPP contracts
- Analyse financial and legal aspects of PPP contracts
- Place Asian/African PPP projects in global context and evaluate the future structure
- challenges and prospects for Asia Pacific/African infrastructure
- Apply the principles of local and global private finance experience to other markets
- Learn best practice in PPP modelling
- Build a reliable PPP model from scratch using Excel
We would like to customise the workshop based on your specific needs. Pre-Course Questionnaire will be sent prior to the workshop for analyse in advance and to be addressed during the course.
Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion, to testify your endeavour and serve towards your professional advancement
The Debate: What Should the State Provide?
Case Study: The privatisation agenda
Case Study: PPP experience in Asia/Africa - the good, bad and ugly
Case Study: Why is the PPP model not universal?
Case Study: Taxation structures for private investment in infrastructure
What Really Matters
Case Study in structure: Lease-Develop-Operate (LDO) and Wrap-Around Addition (WAA) Group Discussion: Technical skills and the public sector-what needs fixing?
Case Study: Corruption and inefficiency in PPP delivery- causes, course and consequences Sectoral Analysis: Case Studies Energy: renewable energy and the future of the grid Transport: toll roads
Case Study: Malaysian toll roads - success at what cost?
Case Study: The N3, N4, Wild Coast-what went right, what went wrong Transport: railways
Case Study: The Indonesian railways network
Case Study: Funding the Gautrain project in a fightfimescale Schools and hospitals
Case Study: The Edinburgh Hospital debacle Housing - how to mobilise private finance for low-cost housing
Case Study: Subsidised accommodation in Ireland, lessons learned National parks and government facilities
Case Study: The Kruger National Park Hospitals and clinics
Case Study: PPP hospitals in the region -what model to follow?
Case Study: International comparison of best practice guides in PPP experience and their application PPP Procedures
Case Study: National Procedures compared to PF2 and other international practice
Case Study: What happens when projects fail?
Financing the Project
Case Study: The role of the Asian Development Bank/African Development Bank
Case Study: Review of a PPP funding structure Specific Contract Issues
Case Study: How to rate a PPP transaction
Case Study: Types of project finance structures appropriate for infrastructure finance Exercise: Resolving finance and structural issues in infrastructure provision
Overview of Risk and Risk Allocation
Case Study: Comparative risk evaluation in water and sanitation treatment plants More to Consider Human resources Environmental due diligence Third party revenue Organising Legal Agreements
Case Study: The standard PPP contract (including guidance and contracts in Asia /Africa)
Case Study: the UK Local Government contract- how useful?
Case Study: Indian concession contract for a toll road - evaluation The Future of Private Finance for Infrastructure
Case Study: International comparison of best practice guides in PPP experience and their application
Case Study: Evaluating good and bad Excel financial models Project Cash Flow
Case Study: Project finance worldwide Project Finance and PPP Models Examples: Examples of project finance and PPP models Equity Valuation
Case Study: Valuation and Cash Flow models Project Dynamics
Case Study: Revenue and cost models Project Finance in Practice Examples: Excel project modelling Project FinanceIPPP Model Issues
Case Study: Modelling cash flow waterfalls Approaches to Rating in Project Finance/ PPP Models
Case Study: Rating Agency models of project finance transactions Using Project FinanceIPPP Models
Case Study: Review of several project finance models and their decision-making input
Computer Based Exercise: Building a PPP Model Using Excel
Based on a real example, provided by an equity investor in a PPP transaction, delegates will construct and use a model for the transaction.
Who Will Attend
- Government Officials
- PPP Units
- Finance & Accounting
- Strategic Planning
- Project Finance
From both the public and private sectors including but not limited to:
- Water & Waste
- Finance & Economic Affairs
- IT & Telecom
- Commerce and Industry
Venue to be announced shortly.