This subject focuses on advanced concepts and issues relating to project finance techniques. This includes techniques to evaluate a project’s debt-carrying capacity and equity requirements, and then formulate a funding solution for that particular situation. Practical case studies are used to demonstrate how project financing applies to resource projects and infrastructure developments. The subject also examines the way deals are structured, including the mix of debt, equity and unique capital sources, as well as the valuation and risk issues associated with project finance. It examines the current trend towards private investment in government assets in the context of infrastructure finance deals, as well as the tendering and bid process used for these transactions. For more information, please refer to the subject outline.