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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Project Financing 8th ed isbn 9781781370704

Project Financing 7th ed

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ISBN13: 9781855647916
ISBN: 1855647915
New Edition ISBN: 9781781370704
Published: January 2000
Publisher: Euromoney Institutional Investor
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This book is intended to provide a conceptual starting point for the further development of the reader’s ideas on project financing. It is hoped that it may also serve as a useful checklist for specific project financings. Perhaps more important, however, the book is a compendium of concepts and structures that can be applied at any stage in the analysis of an anticipated or proposed project financing.

Although largely based on methods developed and widely used in the United States, the ideas and concepts presented can be profitably employed by financial managers worldwide. Project financing is global financing, and financial executives everywhere will find that the successful conclusion to such financing depends in no small measure upon the bringing together of a number of disciplines, experts and analytical techniques. This book attempts to provide a useful road map as to how to marshal those resources for an effective and profitable result.

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Banking and Finance
1. An overview of project finance
2. Criteria for a successful project financing
3. Use of a financial adviser
4. The offering memorandum
5. Risks which a lender may assume;
6. Choosing a bank
7. Contacting lenders and investors
8. Credit risk appraisal
9. Types of capital and debt
10. Sources of equity and debt
11. Instruments used in project financing;
12. Term loans and private placements
13. Equipment leases in the United States
14. Leveraged leases
15. Non-tax-oriented leveraged leases and synthetic leases
16. Cross-border, pickle, FSC and double dip leases
17. Worldwide leasing
18. Japanese equipment leasing
19. Revenue bonds
20. Commercial paper and back-up credit facilities
21. Use of captive finance companies;
22. Construction financing
23. Controlling risk: futures, forwards, options, caps and floors
24. Swaps
25. Defeasances
26. Entities for jointly owned or sponsored projects
27. Guarantees
28. Political risk insurance
29. Reserves-oriented financing
30. Drilling funds;
31. Sales, acquisitions and mergers, and leveraged buyouts
32. ESOPs – employee stock ownership plans.