PPP Project Finance & Infrastructure Training

PPP Project Finance & Infrastructure Training 2023


Program Overview

Infrastructure development is the backbone of modern society and economy. It fosters progress and promotes quality of life. Infrastructure development mainly relies on public finances, which are oftentimes within very constrained limits. Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) are viable alternatives to traditional public funding sources opening ways to private capital, risk sharing, and value maximization.

This intensive training program serves as a body of knowledge on PPPs. It covers typical PPP structures, sources of funding, risk analysis, and project due diligence. Training is centered around the development of key skills required to strike the balance between public and private funds and ensure investment performance with the best interests of society in mind.


Target Audience

PPP Project Finance & Infrastructure Training in Jakarta, Indonesia will be extremely beneficial for any professional involved in infrastructure finance across government and governmental agencies, project sponsors, contractors, financial institutions including multilaterals and export credit agencies, as well as consulting and advisory firms. The list of target audience includes but is not limited to:

  • Heads of Project, Corporate & Structured Finance
  • Treasurers, Accountants & Analysts
  • Project Managers & Developers
  • Sales Managers
  • Governmental Officials & Consultants
  • Procuring authorities promoting infrastructures and services, at any governmental level
  • Public financial agencies involved in PPP finance.
  • Supervision and evaluation agencies: general auditors/national audit offices.

Program Objectives

Upon the successful completion of this PPP training, the attendees will gain the quality understanding of:

  • The role and the importance of PPP for Public & Private Sector
  • Availability & Concession PPP Models
  • Financial, Commercial, Project & Legal aspect of PPP
  • PPP
    • Funding Structures & Sources
    • Associated Risks
    • Tendering Process
  • Effective ways and methods for deploying successful PPP Projects.

Program Contents

First Day – The Overview and Introduction to PPP
  • What is a PPP?
  • The Principles of PPP
  • Roles of Private and Public Sector in PPP; Degrees of Participation
  • PPP advantages and Disadvantages in Infrastructure
  • Regional Comparison of PPP Projects
  • Frequent Problems related to PPP
  • PPP Tendering
  • Specifying user needs in Output Terms
  • Identifying Bidders and Assessing Risks
  • Negotiating Strategies and Contracting
Second Day – PPP Project Risk Analysis & Mitigation
  • Major Risks in PPP Projects
  • Identifying Risk Types
  • Risk Impact Assessment
  • Developing Specialized Matrix – Risk Allocation in PPP
  • Risk Mitigation & Assumptions
  • Role of Capital Market Derivatives in Risk Mitigation
  • Role of Insurance in Risk Mitigation
  • Quantitative Risk Analysis & Cash Flow Forecasts
  • Environmental Aspects
Third Day – PPP Project Financing
  • Sources of PPP project Finance
  • Regulatory Framework and Enforceability
  • Funding Structures & Gearing
  • Financing Issues
  • Credit Enhancement for PPP
  • Viability Gap Funding
  • Refinancing/Mini perms & Syndications
  • Club Deals & Secondary Market Resale
  • Term Sheets, Information Memoranda and Credit Agreements
  • Using Capital Markets in PPP Financing
  • Sources of Debt & Equity
  • Key Issues for Investors
  • Commercial Bank Debt: availability, terms, conditions and key issues for lenders
  • Export Credit Agencies, Grant Funding & Multilaterals
  • Project Bond Market
Fourth Day – PPP Project Appraisal & Documentation
  • Cash Flow Models; DCF, NPV & IRR
  • Performance Measurement Ratios
  • Contract Services, Availability Models, Concessions & Privatization
  • EPC & Construction Contracts
  • Operations & Maintenance Contracts
  • Supply, Sales & Offtake Contracts
  • Shareholder & PPP Concession Agreements
  • Covenants in Loan Agreement
  • Direct (Tripartite) & Security Agreements
Fifth Day – Practical Session for Knowledge Reinforcement

The last day of the program will be entirely practice-focused. The delegates will have a chance to meet with guest speakers/field experts and share their experiences from different PPP projects. Some of the case studies shall include:

  • Port Project, Hong Kong
  • Toll Road Project, Singapore
  • Port Project, Vietnam
  • Toll Road Project, Indonesia
  • Toll Road Project, Australia
  • Various Projects, Korea

Program Methodology

The design of PPP Project Finance & Infrastructure Training has a practical focus at its heart. The program follows proven adult learning principles with the individual characteristics of delegates in mind. The presenter shall encourage participant engagement through a variety of training tools from group discussions and individual assignments to open presentation, simulations, role-plays, and exposure tour.


Host Country Profile

The government of Indonesia has acknowledged the importance of accelerating private sector participation in infrastructure development since the early 1990s. From then on, the country has made continuous efforts to institutionalize and promote PPP arrangements. As a demonstration of this commitment, it put the PPP regulatory framework in place.

According to the ADB, between 1990-2019, Indonesia implemented 135 PPP projects across a variety of sectors from electricity and ICT to ports, roads, and water. Throughout 2020-2024 the government expects nearly 59% of infrastructure investment value to derive from state-owned enterprises and the private sector.

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