Financing Infrastructure Projects, Second edition
Price: £ 45.00
Format: Limp Cover
Publish Date: 25/07/2018
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Page Size: 234 x 156m
Number of Pages: 264
Financing Infrastructure Projects, Second edition is an essential guide to the different methods and strategies that are used to finance infrastructure projects. The author team brings together extensive banking and engineering experience to present the latest thinking and developments in the effective implementation of finance for infrastructure projects. Fully revised and updated, this second edition includes updated coverage across the sector with a focus on the bankability of infrastructure transactions.
Taking a global perspective, the book provides a step-by-step guide to financing infrastructure projects: from the basics of project finance, financial instruments and engineering, and methods of infrastructure procurement, through to the finance structure facilitating the procurement of infrastructure assets. The book concludes with two detailed case studies which apply the content of previous chapters to examples of infrastructure assets financed in varying industries and geographic regions.
Financing Infrastructure Projects, Second edition will provide the reader, whether they are an engineer, a student of finance, or someone starting out in the banking industry, with a full understanding of ‘why and how’ infrastructure projects use finance as a method of procurement.
About the authors:
Dr Tony Merna, BSc, MPhil, PhD is a director at a global bank with over 14 years’ experience in project, structured and infrastructure finance. Tony graduated from The University of Manchester with a Master of Philosophy degree for his work on risk management within corporate organisations followed by a Doctor of Philosophy degree for his research into the assessment of risks in portfolios of infrastructure projects. His father, also called Tony Merna, was the co-author of the first edition.
Dr Faisal F. Al-Thani, BSc, MSc, PhD, Fulbright Scholarship, is the deputy managing director for Maersk Oil in Qatar, having previously held the positions of senior director and head of business development. He also sits on the board of the Commercial Bank of Qatar. A petroleum engineer by profession, his work in the oil and gas industry spans 31 years working across varying functions – including petroleum planning, reservoir engineering, economics, finance, and contracts.