Financing and Investing in Infrastructure
School: Università Bocconi
Start Date: June 9, 2014 (6 Weeks)
Workload: 5-6 Hours Per Week
Instructor: Stefano Gatti
Credentials: Gatti is an associate professor in the Department of Financial Markets and Intermediaries at Università Bocconi, where he is also the Director of the B.Sc. of Economics and Finance. A recognized expert in corporate finance and investment banking, Gatti also acts as a consultant to public and private entities ranging from the Italian government to BCC Private Equity.
Graded: Students will earn a signed certificate from the instructor for successfully finishing the course.
Description: The public sector is no longer the only entity that finances and manages infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges, and ports. With public budgets stretched, private investors are increasing becoming involved in project finance. In this course, students will learn how to “analyze a complex transaction, to identify key elements of the deal and to suggest proper solutions for deal structuring from the perspective of a financial advisor.” Relying heavily on case studies, this course will cover areas like risk analysis, budgeting, financial sustainability, and equity. In addition, Gatti will cover basic project finance terminology and principles, along with emerging market trends.
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Additional Note: Gatti recommends that students come to class with a basic understanding of corporate finance.