F-11 - Financial Analysis Techniques for PPPs
F-11 Financial Analysis Techniques for Public-Private Partnerships provides participants with hands-on experience utilizing the financial tools most often used by governments, investors, and lenders to assess the viability of PPPs.
Participants will learn how to build the primary financial statements (balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement) and how to use them to execute successful PPPs.
Through interactive webinars, collaboration, virtual discussion, and self-paced learning, participants will gain knowledge and skills that will enable them to financially facilitate PPP transactions.
Through successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Utilize the primary financial statements to understand the structure and performance of PPPs
- Apply the concept of the time value of money and perform financial calculations used by private investors such as the present value (PV)
- Calculate key ratios and indicators used by commercial lenders to determine project loan repayment capacities, such as the earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBIDTA)
- Identify the basic measurements for PPP investments, including the internal rate of return (IRR) and the net present value (NPV), to solve project finance-related challenges and learn how to use industry tools to calculate these measurements, such as in Microsoft Excel®
Who Will Benefit
The course is designed for public officials as well as private sector professionals who have an understanding of fundamental public-private partnership concepts, and now seek to learn how to financially execute such projects.
- Staff from national, provincial, federal, state, and municipal governments
- Members of planning organizations and boards
- Regulators and authorities for infrastructure utilities and public services
- Legal, financial, construction and engineering professionals
- Staff of international donor organizations