Project finance is a financing method used to fund capital-intensive projects. It differs from corporate finance deals in that the project is separated from its sponsors who set up a bankruptcy-remote special purpose vehicle (SPV) to hold the project assets. Project finance deals are complex transactions and generally involve a large number of participants. Most project finance is raised through a group of bank lenders, known as a syndicate, who pool their resources to extend credit to the project SPV.
This value pack includes two courses with topics covering an introduction to project finance and deal structuring.
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