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Public Private Partnerships: BOT Techniques and Project Finance 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781843742753
ISBN: 1843742756
Published: November 2006
Publisher: Euromoney Institutional Investor
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £199.00

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This is the second edition of "Project Finance: The Guide to Financing Build Operate Transfer Projects". Fully updated and with the new title of "Public Private Partnerships: BOT Techniques and Project Finance", this essential text has been revised to include:-

  • Equity bridge financing and Islamic financing techniques
  • The current PFI situation
  • Additional terms and conditions in PFI transactions
  • The effect of changes in UK tax law and regulatory changes
  • Project finance cover for export credit agencies
In additon to this, the second edition of this hugely popular book guides you through:-
  • The development of PPP
  • The different issues surrounding the concepts of economic viability and financial viability of BOT projects
  • The key to managing tenders both from the public sector side and for prospective tenderers
  • The different contractual structures available, identifying the appropriate allocation of benefits and risks associated with a new infrastructure project
  • The terms to include in the all-important concession agreement
  • The various sources of finance available
  • Finance documentation.

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Construction Law, Banking and Finance
Chapter 1 Introduction to infrastructure projects;
Public/private partnerships ;
BOT project structure ;
Economic and financial viability ;
Risk allocation ;
Financing ;
Build, operate, transfer ;
The UK Private Finance Initiative ;
Advantages and disadvantages of the BOT structure ;
Chapter 2 Project viability ;
Economic and financial viability distinguished ;
Economic viability ;
Financial viability ;
Technical feasibility ;
Political and social viability ;
Legal and administrative viability ;
Environmental viability ;
Chapter 3 Tenders ;
Introduction ;
Choice of tender process ;
Risk transfer ;
Invitations to tender ;
Public procurement law ;
International procurement ;
Chapter 4 Overview of contractual structures ;
Consortium agreement ;
Project vehicle ;
Shareholders agreement ;
Construction contract ;
Operation and maintenance agreement ;
Other key contracts ;
Risk matrix ;
Bankability ;
Chapter 5 Concession agreements ;
What is a concession? ;
Statutory framework ;
Purpose ;
Terms and conditions ;
Key issues ;
Conclusion ;
Chapter 6 Sources of finance ;
Equity ;
The sponsors and project finance ;
Mezzanine finance ;
Bond finance ;
Project leasing ;
Development finance institutions ;
Export credit agencies and political risks insurance ;
Derivative products in project financing ;
Chapter 7 Finance documents ;
Loans ;
Bond issues ;
Project leasing ;
Security ;
Direct agreements ;
Intercreditor agreements ;
Conclusion ;
Closing Observations ;