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Project and Infrastructure Financing

The course focuses on how private investors approach infrastructure projects from standpoint of equity, debt and hybrid instruments. It concentrates on the practical aspects of project financing and the most frequently used techniques for infrastructure investments.

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Online self - paced learning

Online Self Learning Courses are designed for self-directed training, allowing participants to begin at their convenience with structured training and review exercises to reinforce learning. You'll learn through videos, PPTs and complete assignments, projects and other activities designed to enhance learning outcomes, all at times that are most convenient to you.

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Course Type

You will undergo self-paced learning where you will get an in-depth knowledge of various concepts that will be covered in the course.

Real-life Case Studies

Towards the end of the training, you will be working on a project where you will implement the techniques learnt during the course.


Each class has practical assignments which shall be finished before the next class and helps you to apply the concepts taught during the class.

Lifetime Access

You get lifetime access to Learning Management System (LMS) where presentations, quizzes, installation guide & class recordings are there.


We have a community forum for all our customers that further facilitates learning through peer interaction and knowledge sharing.


 Rohit Tuli 

 A CFA charter holder from the CFA Institute, USA 

 Rohit has close to 9 years of experience in planning with a wide  range of organizations including international banks and semi  government agencies. He has led funding feasibility and rating  assignments for large Indian corporate in the renewable energy,  roads and highway infrastructure and cement sectors. In a short stint, Rohit has helped in building a startup team of analysts, editors and PR agents who cover daily vagaries of equities in the US markets and write articles that are staged in CNN Money, Yahoo Finance and may other newswires websites. Currently, Rohit spends most of his day leading the Tax transparency initiative at HSBC Group. Over weekends, he loves coaching enthusiasts in the financial sector and has over 1000 hours of training experience.

An OECD estimate of capital that will be committed towards global infrastructure development by 2030 for transport, power, water and telecommunications is close to 71 trillion USD; which is about 3.5% of the annual world GDP from 2007 to 2030. Traditionally, infrastructure investments have been publicly funded but severe budget constraints and inefficient management by public entities have led to an increased private participation. The course focuses on how private investors approach infrastructure projects from standpoint of equity, debt and hybrid instruments. It concentrates on the practical aspects of project financing and the most frequently used techniques for infrastructure investments. The course drives these through use of real life examples and case studies to allow participants to link theoretical background to actual business practice. At the end one should be able to analyze a complex transaction, identify key elements of the deal and suggest proper solutions for deal structuring from the perspective of a financial adviser.

After the completion of ' Project and Infrastructure Financing' at Edureka, you should be able to understand the following:

1. Introduction to Project and Infrastructure finance. Knowing the vocabulary of project finance. 

2. The Syndication Process. 

3. Risk analysis and allocation from the perspective of a private investor. 

4. Capital budgeting for infrastructure investment. 

5. Assessing financial sustainability of an infrastructure project. 

6. Recent evolution in the infrastructure finance market.

Finance students, professionals wanting to get into project financing jobs, young bankers, aspiring investment advisors, job seekers, entrepreneurs and people keen on understanding the challenges in funding infrastructure projects and their components.

If you really want to learn how to structure the financing package for an infrastructure project or determine if an infrastructure investment is attractive for a private investor, this is definitely the course for you.

No particular background in finance is required, although a basic knowledge of principles of corporate finance is recommended.

Project 1: Construction and running of a biomass plant to be annexed to an existing distilleries factory. 

A. Understanding the contractual network. 

B. Cash Flows 

C. Incentives at work: Multiple roles.

Learning Objectives - This module provides an instruction to the world of project financing. A typical project comprises of a network of contracts which cover execution in each phase of the project. The contracts are explained along with the key driver such that as an advisor one is aware of who does what and when?

Topics - The Contractual Network, Project Finance vs. Corporate Finance, Financial Contracts (Equity contribution agreement), Financial Contracts (Loan / Bond covenants), Industrial Contracts

Learning Objectives - This module introduces the use of bank syndication as a vehicle to fund most infrastructure projects. It establishes the roles and responsibilities of each bank in the syndicate and shows the split of fee between the mandated lead arranger vs. other banks. Finally it shows how the 2008 economic crisis changed the dynamics of this mode of financing. 

Topic - Definition of a syndicate, Role of banks, Syndication strategies and how they are used, How much does the customer pay, The crisis and how it reshaped the market

Learning Objectives - This module covers the concept of project finance as a bulk of risk. A project is broken into two phases with each phase having typical risks associated with them. The contractual network helps definition of each phase. The outcome is a risk matrix which shows which party bears the risk and why?

Topics - Need for risk management, Mapping risk: Risk taxonomy, Pre completion risk: Technology and construction, Post completion risk: Supply risk, operational and performance risk, demand risk, Risks found in both phases, Risk matrix

Learning Objectives -This module shows the basic analysis of cash flows, construction phase and how this bulk of money will be financed, operational phase and how much cash will be generated.   

Topics - Features of an infrastructure project, Setting up the construction phase budget, Financing construction: Equity contribution, base facility, VAT facility, stand by facility and working capital facility, Setting up the budget of the operational phase.

Learning Objectives - Investors assess projects in terms of profitability which is measured through specific IRRs. Assessing creditor profitability along with financial stability is essential. The module covers measures like DSCR; point measures and LLCR; summary measures. 

Topics - Profitability for shareholders, Profitability for creditors, From profitability to Financial stability, Cover Ratios and their calculation

Learning Objectives - This module describes composition of a security package; emphasizing the cash based nature of a deal. It explains covenants: positive, negative and financial along with materiality test. Finally it concludes with loan amortization and its tailoring. 

Topics - Security package for project lenders, Covenants of Credit Agreement, Loan Amortization, Amortization methods and applicability

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For carrying out the exercises, participants can use notepads and pens / pencils. A soft copy of the Tool kit for requirements gathering (an excel file) and a workshop handout will be provided to the participants in advance that can be used during and after the workshop. also will be provided.
Post-enrolment, the LMS access will be instantly provided to you and will be available for lifetime. You will be able to access the complete set of previous class recordings, PPTs, PDFs, assignments. Moreover the access to our 24x7 support team will be granted instantly as well. You can start learning right away.
Yes, the access to the course material will be available for lifetime once you have enrolled into the course.
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At the end of your course, you will work on a real time Project. You will receive a Problem Statement along with a dataset to work.

Once you are successfully through with the project (reviewed by an expert), you will be awarded a certificate with a performance based grading. 

If your project is not approved in 1st attempt, you can take additional assistance to understand the concepts better and reattempt the Project free of cost.


Project and Infrastructure Financing