The burgeoning market in secondary infrastructure assets in both PPP and renewable energy has led to the widespread recognition that the financial model used to reach financial close is not the right tool for monitoring the projects finances during operations. In order to both monitor compliance with lender covenants and to provide an accurate forecast of investor returns, it is now increasingly expected that an operational model will need to be built and audited.
The master class will be of particular interest to:
Infrastructure Investors a good operational model allows the accurate monitoring of assets owned and will help optimise price when it comes to selling assets
Asset Managers understanding and operating operational models is a key part of the role of the finance managers for infrastructure assets
Senior Funders what are the key metrics to look for when operational models are presented for covenant compliance purposes.
Public Sector Procurers we will help you to understand the model that investors are using (often in place of the financial close model)
The master class will be led by Kate Bostock. Kate is a senior member of the Mazars model audit team which has undertaken reviews of operational models for over 300 projects and is a leading provider of such services globally. Kate has also built models for concession arrangements in the UK and internationally and is experienced in providing bespoke training sessions to banks, investors and public sector procurers.
Masterclass Fee: £599
From: December 02, 2014 08:30
To: December 02, 2014 17:30
Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, Coram Street, WC1N 1HT, London, United Kingdom