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Project Finance & Infrastructure Investment

Energy and infrastructure project finance is a complex area of financial services with both financial and legal aspects to consider. To upskill individuals in your project finance team or compete with other players in the market, you need specialist training on the nuances of this complex topic. Our experts in project finance will guide your team through the challenges of completing these multifaceted deals.

Build your in-house capabilities in infrastructure finance

Our customised learning programmes for project finance and infrastructure investment, including all aspects of PPPs, PPAs and IPPs, will give your people the right blend of knowledge and skills they need to effectively evaluate risks and win the mandate. Applying the latest learning theory, we will bring to life the technical modelling side of infrastructure finance, covering topics such as long-term financing structures and hedge facilities. Layering this knowledge with behavioural skills, we will prepare your team and leaders for effective project and stakeholder management, investment decisions, and negotiation with other parties. Creating the programme with you ensures that the topics align with your strategy and your team’s learning style.

Finding experts with specialist knowledge of project finance and infrastructure investment can prove difficult for most organisations. Our practitioners have decades of first-hand experience in managing project finance and navigating the many facets of deals. Drawing on their insights, we will co-create an interactive and engaging programme with you that overcomes the obstacles on the horizon for your infrastructure finance strategy.

Some of our most popular customised training programmes
  • Commercial & Other Debt Financiers
    Be confident in where to find potential sources of finance for a project and how to approach them; understand the different types of project financing, the implications these have for raising finance
  • ESG Considerations in Project Finance
    Understand the rise of ESG, the stakeholder landscape, and the politics of infrastructure; learn the competing interests of the wider stakeholder group and how to develop a project while maintaining high ESG standards
  • Legal Issues in Project Finance
    Explore the legal landscape, regulatory conditions and commercial aspects in various projects, gain insights into key contractual agreements
  • Project Finance Modelling
    Delve into financial modeling and cash flow analysis, considering lender perspectives (DSCR and PV coverage), equity considerations (IRR and NPV), approaches to assessing the cost of capital, project returns vs. equity returns, and forecasting techniques and limitations
  • Project Finance for the Digital Economy
    Discover green funding, delve into new sectors utilising project finance, explore renewable risks and understand the risks acceptable to debt providers, and stay ahead of future trends
  • Projects and Risk Management
    Comprehend risks in development, construction, and operations, covering feedstock, supply, market, environmental, financial, and political & regulatory risks
  • Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)
    Understand PPP principles, roles for the public and private sector, different structures and degrees of private participation, outright and partial government ownership, and long-term concessions and DBFO
  • Renewable Energy Project Financing
    Explore the market's growth, various renewable energy projects, economic comparisons with traditional fossil fuel plants, investment drivers, and government incentives across countries
  • The International Infrastructure Markets
    Identify those markets with the most credible opportunities in project and infrastructure finance, learn to make a reasoned decision on whether or not to pursue project opportunities in foreign jurisdictions
Featured client stories

Masterclass to increase team capability to better develop and structure project financing

Our case study focuses on a client with a significant presence across Africa and showcases the real-world impact of our training solutions.

What our clients say
Wonderful! Lots of case studies which were based on the real projects were interesting and very helpful to better understand about how to make a deal.

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Past Attendee, Japan Bank for International Cooperation
Programme: Advanced Project Finance

Thank you very much for organizing this training. I have learnt many concepts and look forward to applying them in my daily work. I am very good at modeling and this course has given me a chance to look at my skills in a different perspective.
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Past Attendee, Stanbic Bank Tanzania
Programme: Structuring and Financing Projects

Meet the faculty

Meet our experts in project and infrastructure finance

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Meg Osius

Ms. Osius delivers executive level training sessions and provides advisory services to a wide variety of organisations worldwide. Specialising in international project finance, capital markets, and risk management, she works with corporate investors, private and development banks, equipment suppliers, law firms etc., to create viable financing packages for green-field projects and facility upgrades in the power, natural resources, transport, social services and telecom sectors.

Previously at JP Morgan Chase Bank, she originated international project transactions and advised on risk management. Ms. Osius, an INSEAD MBA holder with a Princeton University B.A., has served on boards like British Caribbean Bank and WIHL Holdings, contributing to the infrastructure development sector through roles such as Chair of the Technical Advisory Panel for PPIAF, a World Bank initiative.

Equipping stakeholders to respond rapidly to global project finance opportunities is the objective of my courses. We show participants numerous successful - and troubled – project transactions.If they return to the office armed with concepts and a framework for analysis that they can apply to their own portfolios, we’ve met our goal.
Meg Osius

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Ed Bodmer

Ed is a renowned expert in energy economics and finance, creating innovative pricing, productivity, and investment valuation software for clients globally. With extensive experience in consulting for investment banks, commercial banks, and government agencies, Ed has formulated significant government policies and corporate strategies in the U.S.. He is an adjunct professor, teaching microeconomics at a leading university, and has conducted major advisory projects. Formerly VP at First National Bank of Chicago, he directed energy loan analysis and created financial modeling techniques.

Ed holds an MBA with honors in econometrics from the University of Chicago and a BS degree in finance with highest honors from the University of Illinois. He's a prolific writer, contributing to articles and working on a textbook about the valuation of electricity assets.

I've developed and taught more than 200 financial modelling programmes over the past eight years, bringing in all of the acquired experience in making my courses interactive and highly practical.
Ed Bodmer

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Cledan Mandri-Perrott

Dr. Cledan Mandri-Perrott, a seasoned project financier and investment banker, began his career at Severn Trent Group, overseeing international expansion and financial turnaround in various countries. He founded an advisory arm, managing PPPs with an annual turnover of $12 million. As the co-head of Infrastructure Finance at PA Consulting Group, he advised private clients and governments on PPPs. In 2006, he joined the World Bank Group, becoming a leading figure in PPPs and project finance. Dr. Mandri-Perrott as one of a handful of staff that opened the World Bank Group's Singapore office in 2012, advising governments on project finance issues, closing over 20 PPPs worth $4 billion.

With degrees in Civil Engineering, Business and Finance, Commercial Law, and a PhD in Project Finance, he's a visiting professor at the National University of Singapore.

Our approach to learning design

Our primary goal is to ensure your people’s time invested in learning is well spent. We follow this 6-step process to understand your business strategy and deliver innovative learning to help your people achieve it.



Understand your organisation's strategy, learning culture, requirements and desired learning outcomes.



Propose high level solution including approach, subject matter experts and learning activities/formats.



Collaborate with your key stakeholders to meet your requirements.



Design learning environment and programme structure. Develop learning assets and materials.



Deliver the programme in the format(s) that work best for your organisation.

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Measure learner progress and feedback on knowledge acquisition and application.

Why choose Euromoney for customised learning solutions?
Why choose Euromoney Learning for customised corporate learning?

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Get in touch

If you have any questions about our Customised Programmes, please get in touch and find out how Euromoney Learning can provide bespoke corporate solutions tailored to your organisation's unique needs.