F-201 - Building and Analyzing Financial Models I (May 11–22, 2020)

Course Offering:

Dates: May 11–22, 2020

Location: Washington, DC

Tuition: $6,500

Code: 5320-WA

CEUs: 6.0


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VfM-CBA

Without systematic and comprehensive financial planning, review, and analysis, project developers and owners cannot assess the bankability and viability of a project. In this IP3 course titled, Building and Analyzing Financial Models I, we focus exclusively on the techniques of building, interpreting, and analyzing a project financially model using MS Excel®.

The structure of this course is unlike any other that IP3 offers, as the focus each day is on learning certain fi financing and accounting techniques, and practicing those techniques in an on-going project case study. Each day, the IP3 financial modeling facilitator will build additional elements into the financial model. By the end of the course, participants will not only understand all key accounting and financial terms and how to use them, but will have applied them to a simulated PPP project model.

 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify the key accounting and finance terms and concepts used in fi nancial models
  • Develop best practices and shortcuts for spreadsheet modeling
  • Determine the key input variables to an infrastructure fi nancing spreadsheet
  • Integrate and link key fi nancial statements including the profit and loss, balance sheet, and cash flow waterfall into a financial model
  • Build a capital expenditure worksheet that details the timing and amounts of capex including interest capitalized during construction
  • Develop a funding worksheet that helps determine the debt capacity of a project
  • Develop and interpret key output worksheets which summarize the profitability measures (NPV and IRR) and various debt service cover ratios (DSCR)
  • Perform key sensitivity and scenario analyses to determine how robust the project is under a range of downside assumptions
  • Create a comprehensive financial model and present/ defend the fi nancing viability to experts and your peers