Project Finance 2011
Start Date:07 Sep 11 End Date:09 Sep 11
Project finance is the funding mechanism for many capital-intensive projects because it permits the use of large amounts of limited recourse debt. Project finance is more significant today due to government financial incentives targeted at the energy sector. However, while developers and investors are taking advantage of these incentives by designing creative new deal structures, they face continued obstacles that significantly delay projects from being financed and consequently affect profit.
Infocast's Project Finance 2011 provides industry players with the knowhow to structure deals and profit in today’s market from the flexibility, liquidity, tax benefits and other advantages obtained via project finance. This program is rated #1 by top executives because of its all-encompassing nature and focus on current market conditions. This meeting will also offer an exceptional networking forum between executives and the financial community—where they can build relationships and capitalize on new opportunities leading to successful deals.
Project Finance 2011 takes place in New York City.
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