Infrastructure Financing 2017-07-20T17:25:14+02:00
infrastructure financing

You learn how project and infrastructure finance provides a significant opportunity to both lenders looking for diversified earnings and corporates looking for overseas returns. Hear from insiders who have worked on major project infrastructure deals to benefit from their wisdom.

Leave the programme equipped to analyse and value project finance deals, and navigate the entire process from initial agreement to final completion – a key set of business skills that will add value to your organisation.

  • Managers, Sales and Business
  • Finance professionals from the private and public sectors, and from industries including energy, infrastructure, transportation and logistics, utilities and mining
  • Government officials
  • Equity investors and sponsors
  • Project finance advisors within banks
  • Developers
  • Engineers
  • Lawyers and legal advisors
  • Auditors and risk managers
The majority of countries are developing a public-private partnership (PPP) to invest in new transportation infrastructure. The course deals with:

1. – Which are the main possibilities of PPP
2. – Risk in transportation investments
3. – Analysing project risks and rewards
4. – Financing, valuing and structuring large-scale infrastructure projects

  • Executive format, flexible and adaptable to your needs (combination of classroom lectures, tutorial videos and webinars)
  • Group coaching and individual coaching sessions to further skills learning
  • Access to practical and proven guidelines that will allow you to bring marketing activities to a new level of excellence and impact
  • Development and expansion of skills and knowledge of a Infrastructure Management professional
  • Contents immediately and directly applicable to business, infrastructure activities and public management decisions
The Center for Innovation in Transport (CENIT) is a public consortium between the Generalitat de Catalunya (regional Government of Catalonia) and the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), which was created in 2001 with the objectives of generating and promoting knowledge in transport and support the institutions involved in this field.

As a research center, the heart of the business is to provide the scientific method to address the major current and future transportation and logistics challenges such as:
• Evaluation of transport investments and policies
• Improvement of public transport networks
• Optimization of their operations

Technology for transportation demand modeling and urban mobility applications are part of the areas in which Cenit is currently working. Their activity is specific in research and technology for the public and business sectors, they also publish scientific articles. Together, Esei Business School and Cenit organize national and international conferences, workshops and courses to transfer and share the knowledge with other countries, cities and businesses worldwide.