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Financial Modelling for Project Finance 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9781843745488
Published: November 2010
Publisher: Euromoney Institutional Investor
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £270.00



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Drawing on nearly thirty years of real-world experience, Penny Lynch's second edition of her highly-successful workbook provides a detailed description of how to plan and build a pre-financial close Project Finance cash flow model.

Providing sufficient theory to give the context for each modelling topic, it focuses on detailed practical methods. Topics covered include treatment of flexible timing assumptions, inflation, multiple currencies, circular calculations, debt and equity calculations, cover factors and IRRs and the use of the model to produce alternative base case scenarios and sensitivity cases.

The workbook concludes with a series of exercises which work through the process of building a model from a set of illustrative data.

Financial Modelling for Project Finance, 2nd edition is accompanied by supporting spreadsheets illustrating the methods explained and providing an example solution to the exercises.

This second edition has been completely revised and updated and now reflects revisions to methods and techniques developed by the author during the time since the original edition was published, as well as new topics developed in response to market changes.

Reflecting the emphasis on PFI deals in the project finance field, for example, a new section on optimisation covers the theory and practice of optimising revenues and/or funding structures to meet specific constraints such as cover factor and IRR requirements, whilst targetting outcomes such as lowest achievable NPV of project revenues.

The spreadsheets accompanying the workbook have been re-written to reflect the methods and principles in the new edition, and to include the new topics. Where relevant the new edition also describes processes for both 2003 and 2007 versions of Excel.