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Books on Project
have carefully selected the following books on project financing:
Project Financing: Structuring Risks
by Richard Tinsley
on from Euromoney books' benchmark text, Project Financing (code
12862), this definitive new book is an indispensable
guide to the risks encountered in a project financing.
book begins by identifying the key risks in project finance. From
this the reader is presented with 214 real world case studies
in which each choice of risk structure is explained and assessed.
Starting with a cashflow analysis the book looks at the best structures
and funding techniques to mitigate and avoid risk. Deal diagrams
are used to illustrate the many alternative project finance structures
that can be considered. Furthermore, allied financial measures
are explained and demystified.
is an invaluable guide for the project finance practitioner,
enabling them to dissect any project finance and find the appropriate
Financing 7th Editon
by Peter Nevitt
eagerly awaited 7th edition of this best-selling guide to project
and revised, the new book includes numerous examples and case
studies, including the Eurotunnel, Dabhol and Hubco deals. These
illustrate key issues such as government and multicultural guarantees,
risk allocation and effective project structuring, and integrated
capital market financings.
layout has also been completely redesigned to make it easier
and quicker for you to access the detailed analysis.
than 20 years, this book is still the acknowledged standard
text on project financing. It is an invaluable manual which
should be on every project financier's desk.
Documentation: Debt Finance
by George K Miller, Thacher and Joseph W. Bartlett
in a new series of project documentation reports. This special
report by leading project finance lawyer George K. Miller is
an essential guide to the pitfalls and opportunities that every
project financier or advisor needs to contend with to close
a successful debt financing. Focusing on points of tension between
the parties negotiating the deal, the book examines sources
of finance, risks and how they are best allocated, term sheets,
loan agreements, agents, security documentation mezzanine and
subordinated debt, integrated capital market financings, leasing,
merchant projects, the impact of local participation, and restructurings.
Case studies examine the specific debt financing issues for
project in the PRC, and the restructuring of projects in Indonesia.
Detailed yet practical, illustrated with case studies and draft
clauses, this special report is the unrivaled guide to structuring
successful project debt and bond financings.
Project Analysis and Financing
by Gerald Pollio
is about international project analysis and financing. Project
analysis is concerned with identifying and assessing the value-enhancing
potential of individual investment opportunities. Project financing
in its broadest sense encompasses all sources of funds used
to finance project investments. Thus these two aspects are inseparably
focuses upon key areas such as capital budgeting and risk management
and includes case study material. It will be relevant to professionals
and students with an interest in project analysis and financing.