Financing Campus Facilities Through Public/Private Partnerships
|Event Date/Time: Feb 02, 2011||End Date/Time: Feb 03, 2011|
Increasing demands for capital expansion combined with a continued weak economy make partnerships with private entities an attractive option for financing campus facilities. But before forming partnerships, an institution must understand various structures and options, as well as possible implications of the partnerships on risk profile, debt capacity, credit rating, and even town-gown relations.
Join experts from all key sectors of P3s to learn about models for partnerships that align with varied ownership prerogatives and levels of risk tolerance. This program will cover traditional models as well as newer models, in which private developers deploy capital for projects.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Business officers, directors of capital planning, and real estate management professionals will return to their home institutions equipped with practical tips and strategies for forging partnerships to achieve project and institutional goals. Institutional leaders, including presidents or trustees with facilities, finance, or planning responsibilities, will benefit as well.
Institutions that are either considering the use of a private partner to fund facilities or who are in the early stages of establishing a private partnership to fund facilities will benefit most from this conference.