Provides a complete description of the ways a project finance deal can be organized - from industrial, legal, and financial standpoints and the alternatives available for funding it
Chapter 1 Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Project Finance Chapter 2 The Market for Project Finance: Applications and the Sectors Chapter 3 Project Characteristics, Risk Analysis and Risk Management Chapter 4 The Role of Advisors in a Project Finance Deal (Stefano Gatti, Massimo Novo, Fabio Landriscina and Mark Pollard) Chapter 5 Valuing the Project and Project Cash Flow Analysis (Stefano Gatti) Chapter 6 Financing the Deal (Stefano Gatti) Chapter 7 Legal Aspects of Project Finance (Massimo Novo) Chapter 8 Credit Risk in Project Finance Transactions and New Basel Capital Accord (Stefano Gatti) Case Studies Case Study 1 Cogeneration Case Study 2 Italy Water System (Stefano Gatti, Daniele Corbino, Alessandro Steffanoni) Appendix to Case Study 2: Structure and Functioning of the Simulation Model Case Study 3: Hong Kong Disneyland Project Loan Glossary and Abbreviations
Stefano Gatti is Director of the BS of Economics and Finance at Universita Bocconi, and Associate Professor of Financial Markets and Intermediaries. While at Bocconi, he has won numerous awards including Best Teacher Award SDA Bocconi School of Management, in 2004, 2005 and 2006. He also won the Best MBA Case of the Year, SDA Bocconi School of Management from 2004 to 2013. In addition he was the winner of the Award for Excellence in Teaching a.y. 2008-2009, a.y. 2009-2010, a.y. 2010-2011, a.y. 2011-2012. Professor Gatti has published a variety of texts on banking and finance areas and has acted as a consultant to several financial and non-financial institutions and for the Italian Ministry of the Economy. He is financial advisor of the Pension Fund of Health care professions and has been member of the Board of Directors of BCC Private Equity SGR and Same Deutz-Fahr.
"Professor Gatti offers the reader an original viewpoint combining rigorous theory with constant reference to market best practices." -- Roberto Albisetti, IFC World Bank Group and University of Genoa "Gatti's book provides comprehensive and coherent coverage of project finance, including transaction structures, the institutional environment, and financial analysis. Its presentation of practical examples and cases makes it a great teaching tool." -- Raymond Hill, Emory University "A good read as well as an excellent reference book, Project Finance in Theory and Practice is very valuable as it is successfully pitched to be useful to readers of all levels of education and experience and explains the roles and objectives of the different parties very clearly. The book can be used both for training and as a guide to best practices." -- Alexander S. Moczarski, President and Chief Executive Officer - Guy Carpenter - Marsh & McLennan Group Project finance is a long-established technique for non recourse financing which is extremely relevant today, with more and more infrastructure and other large projects being developed. Professor Gatti and the other contributors use practical concepts and very relevant case studies to clearly explain Project Financing to its readers. It is a must read and a reference book for professionals and practitioners. -- Jean Pierre Mustier, UniCredit Deputy General Manager and Head of CIB Division