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Project Finance in Theory and Practice: Designing, Structuring, and Financing Private and Public Projects

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ISBN13: 9780123736994
Published: November 2007
Publisher: Academic Press
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback & CD-ROM
Price: Out of print



Project finance is a fast-growing area of capital investment for major infrastructure and other large projects. Financing such projects as EuroDisney, airports, highways, tunnels, schools, hospitals, and other large projects presents a complex and interesting challenge that the specialty of project finance takes on wholeheartedly, combining financial engineering with legal and contractual expertise to develop various financing options.

In this book, Stefano Gatti of Bocconi University describes the theory that underpins this cutting-edge industry, and then provides illustrations and examples from actual practice to illustrate that theory. At key points in the book, Gatti brings in other project finance experts who share their specialized knowledge on the legal issues and the role of advisors in project finance deals.

The CD-ROM included with the book allows readers to generate results using an excel spreadsheet.This book includes a forword by William Megginson, Professor and Rainbolt Chair in Finance, Price College of Business, The University of Oklahoma. It provides a comprehensive coverage of theory and practice of project finance as it is practiced today in Europe and North America.

The CD-ROM included with the book contains interactive spreadsheets so that readers can input data and run and compare various scenarios, including up to the minute treatment of the cutting-edge areas of PPPs and the new problems raised by Basel II related to credit risk measurement.