The Turin School of Local Regulation organizes a 3-day course on:
When: 29 June -1 July 2015
Where: Hotel Victoria, Torino, Italy
What: Investments in local infrastructure and services is the big current issue, with at least 40 trillion USD needed globally in the next 20 years for urban infrastructure investments alone. When the infrastructure addresses a local public service, a specific attention is required to protect public interest while maintaining the project solvency and attracting investors.
The course aims to give participants an overview of the wide implications that the presence (or absence) of economic regulation of infrastructure and local public services can exert on project finance, alongside with deep insights from international real case studies (e.g. Waste-to-energy plants, large infrastructure, urban mobility systems) presented by leading international experts and discussed among participants.
During the course a specific attention will be given to build the proper competence to understand stakeholder decision incentives and network dynamics.
Who: The course is mainly addressed to public sector decision makers and managers involved in large infrastructure urban projects, officials from international organizations, local and national regulators of infrastructure and public services, project finance specialists of the banking sector, legal experts focused on international project finance law and practices and loan covenants, accounting, financial and risk assessment professionals, researchers and doctoral students.
Faculty: Lars ANDWANDTER | European Investment Bank
Gianluca GUSTANI | BNP Paribas Project Finance
Salvatore CAPPELLO | CFO TRM Spa
Daniele RUSSOLILLO | Turin School of Local Regulation
...and other executives of private and public organizations involved in large project finance initiatives
Programme & details: download the brochure here
Deadline: registrations (finalized by payment of the registration fee) are open until May 27th 2015
Full tuition Fee: 2.800,00 € including course tuition, case materials, one site-visit included in the programme, 3-night accommodation, breakfasts, two lunches, one social dinner and coffee breaks, free access to the SPA
Contacts: for further information please contact the course Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org | +39 346 8910600
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