This two-day course is intended to provide participants with a sound understanding of infrastructure finance from a practitioner’s perspective. Key learnings will be illustrated with case studies. Course Director, Adjunct Professor UNSW Martin Locke, is one of Australia’s leading authorities on infrastructure finance.
- Introduction to project finance
- How does Government work
- Business Cases
- Procurement Strategy
- Risk Allocation-Tendering Process
- Evolution of PPPs
- PPPs in practice
- Commercial and Financial Structuring
Register today to secure your place
- Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are provided.
- Secure your place book today, numbers are limited.
|Location||Event Date||Standard Registration + Deadline|
Procurement Australia, Level 18, 461 Bourke Street, Melbourne
15-16 June 2017
8:30 AM-5:30 PM
$2300 +GST by
1 June 2017
|Sydney - Level 65, MLC Centre, 19 Martin Place, Sydney||5-6 October 2017
8:30 AM-5:30 PM
|$2300 +GST by
21 September 2017
This program is relevant for anyone who would like to further their understanding of infrastructure finance.
Adjunct Professor, UNSW- Martin Locke is an infrastructure financing specialist. Martin is a retired Partner of PwC having led Infrastructure Advisory practice in Sydney over the period 2001-2014 after 23 years in investment banking with Deutsche Morgan Grenfell. Provide financial and commercial advice on large infrastructure projects including PPPs. He has advised on all aspects of the project life cycle from feasibility/business case, through to procurement, financing and financial close. Independent consulting roles, peer reviewer, expert panels, steering committees, board directorship.