Public-Private Partnership Modeling and Legal Analysis - Ottawa (1110)

Venue: TBA

Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Sep 23, 2010 End Date/Time: Sep 24, 2010
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- Build an extensive concessionaire bid model
- Learn advanced modeling techniques for robustness
- Review for specific legal, contract and structure due diligence
- Use financial models to guide negotiations and decision-making
- Learn to "negotiate off the model" instead of "modeling off the negotiations"
- Engage in current commercial discussions with active project developer/financial advisor and PPP legal experts

Taught by Charles T. "Chip" Haskell, Jr, Managing Director of The Vair Companies and Internationally-Renowned Financial Modeling Instructor.

Financial Analysts, Investment & Evaluation Professionals, Business Development Planners, Mergers & Acquisitions Specialists, Accountants, Infrastructure Heads, Corporate & Structured Finance Teams, Joint Ventures Specialists, CFOs, Financial Directors

Public-Private Partnership Modeling & Legal Analysis is a Vair Training Specialty Class and focuses uniquely on Public-Private Partnership ("PPP") projects in Canada and their related modeling issues. After reviewing some basic elements that separate PPP from traditional infrastructure and project financing, the participants are given a full suite of project documents and macroeconomic information that are indicative to infrastructure projects. This is followed by a step-by-step procedure of building a complex model for a concessionaire bid. This phase of the course demonstrates how to dove-tail contracts and shows that nothing in PPP is mutually exclusive.

Once completed, the delegates review the model from a due-diligence analysis, usually taken from a government, lender or third-party equity perspective. The final phase of this module uses sophisticated model techniques, including @RISK 5.0, to help the practitioner price the deal and negotiate off the financial model. Special consideration is given to more advanced PPP issues like liquidated-damages analysis and appropriate security packages. @RISK Monte Carlo Simulation capabilities will bring a value-add and more dynamic dimension to the normally static spreadsheet analysis. The course's overriding theme is to use the model as a highly-developed financial analysis tool that reviews the appropriate risk-versus-reward profiles of project finance. This is an advanced course and is geared to the intermediate-to-advanced delegate.