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EIB B226M: Large Investment and International Project Finance

Course Description

A case study approach to employing the latest techniques for structuring transactions, including risk mitigation by financial intermediaries. This course stresses decision-making and prioritization of tasks, policy formulation, the selection of world-class partners and on-the-ground operational skills necessary to ensure timely completion of construction, budget adherence and efficient start-up. Large investment projects across a variety of geographic regions, industrial sectors, and stages of project execution are examined, including data on default and loss characteristics. Contrasts differences in risk between domestic and export sector projects, including foreign exchange issues and the role of host governments.

Course faculty: Philipp A. Uhlmann
Course duration: Full semester
Credits/Units: 1.5

Fall 2020

Day(s): Wednesday
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
SIS number: 84913

Final Exam

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