International Project Finance In A Nutshell

Author: John M. Niehuss
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
ISBN: 9781628101348
Size: 64.15 MB
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The book provides a basic introduction to the legal and financial issues that arise at each stage of a project finance transaction. It contains a comprehensive overview of the concept of project finance and includes extensive coverage of the overall legal structure of a project and the key clauses in project and financial documents. It also has chapters on project preparation, procurement, sources of finance and other financial and credit support issues, restructuring, and investment dispute settlement. The Second Edition has been substantially revised and includes new chapters and material on: the application of project finance techniques to the funding of public-private partnerships, infrastructure, and the oil and gas sector; the impact of the 2008 financial crisis on project financing; offtake contracts; and recent dispute settlement developments. The book also features useful checklists for risk analysis, due diligence, concession and loan agreement terms, credit support, tax and accounting issues, and evaluation of sources of finance.

Project Finance For Business Development

Author: John E. Triantis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119486092
Size: 54.16 MB
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Raise the skill and competency level of project finance organizations Project Finance for Business Development helps readers understand how to develop a competitive advantage through project finance. Most importantly, it shows how different elements of project finance, such as opportunity screening and evaluation, project development, risk management, and due diligence come together to structure viable and financeable projects—which are crucial pieces missing from the current literature. Eliminating misconceptions about what is really important for successful project financings, this book shows you how to develop, structure, and implement projects successfully by creating competitive advantage. By shedding light on project finance failures, it also helps you avoid failures of your own. • Offers a roadmap for successful financing, participant roles and responsibilities, and assessing and testing project viability • Considers project finance from a broad business development and competitive advantage • Provides a strategic decision-forecasting perspective • Delves deeper than existing treatments of project finance into decisions needed to create and implement effective financing plans Helping readers develop, structure, and implement projects successfully by creating competitive advantage, this book is a useful tool for project sponsors and developers, helping them structure and implement projects by creating competitive advantage.

Ending Africa S Energy Deficit And The Law

Author: Yinka Omorogbe
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0192551736
Size: 35.51 MB
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With the inclusion of access to energy in the sustainable development goals, the role of energy to human existence was finally recognized. Yet, in Africa, this achievement is far from realized. Omorogbe and Ordor bring together experts in their fields to ask what is stalling progress, examining problems from institutions catering to vested interests at the continent's expense, to a need to develop vigorous financial and fiscal frameworks. The ramifications and complications of energy law are labyrinthine: this volume discusses how energy deficits can burden disabled people, women, and children in excess of their more fortunate counterparts, as well as considering environmental issues, including the delicate balance between the necessity of water for drinking and cleaning and the use of water in industrial processes. A pivotal work of scholarship, the book poses pressing questions for energy law and international human rights.

Transnational Business Law

Author: Rumu Sarkar
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 80.77 MB
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In developing countries, because of economic development pressures that deeply pervade all aspects of enterprise, international business transactions give rise to crucial issues that practitioners cannot afford to ignore. In this new book Rumu Sarkar, whose Development Law and International Finance has quickly taken its place as the preeminent theoretical analysis of the new legal discipline of development law, at last gives busy lawyers engaged in international business as practical a text as they could desire. Transnational Business Law shows that the decisions and strategies of lawyers involved in the hectic daily routines of creating and executing cross-border transactions can serve the best interests not only of their businesses but of economic development as well. In essence, this is a classic international business transactions handbook, with the overarching dimension of development law added. It offers detailed principles for structuring transactions, negotiating the underlying finance and related documents, and navigating dispute resolution mechanisms. It provides annotated forms, negotiating exercises, hypothetical examples, and actual case summaries and analyses. It presents economic development issues as they arise in such areas of activity as the following: cross-border financing of goods and services, technology transfers, and intellectual capital; structuring cross-border transactions through private equity, corporate debt, and multilateral development bank financing; managing commercial risks; negotiating debt work-outs for non-performing loans; mitigating non-commercial risks through credit enhancement strategies such as obtaining political risk insurance; and contracting for arbitration or other dispute resolution methods. Important factors such as 'long-arm' U.S. law, international legal regulation of business conduct, and relevant underlying local law and local legal traditions are all brought to bear on the issues when appropriate. Transnational Business Law will be especially useful to practitioners in developing countries whose legal decisions in relation to cross-border transactions often involve critical economic and political ramifications. Through her detailed exploration of how international transactions unfold within the context of economic development, Professor Sarkar greatly enhances the growth of a commitment among the international business community to achieve mutually constructive ways to conduct business between developed and developing countries.

Odysseas

Author: James Joyce
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 24.50 MB
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