Our eBook collection of over 70,000 titles allows the New York Law Institute to meet the needs of its patrons for interdisciplinary books on topics that are not typically available in a law library. This post highlights some recently checked-out eBooks dealing with the subject of project finance.
The term “project finance” is now being used in almost every language in every part of the world. It is the solution to infrastructure, public and private venture capital needs. It has been successfully used in the past to raise trillions of dollars of capital and promises to continue to be one of the major financing techniques for capital projects in both developed and developing countries. This book provides an overview of project finance for those who are not familiar with it and its terminology.
This is a self-contained text on the logic and institutions of project finance, supplemented by a series of project finance case studies illustrating applications in different economic environments, across different jurisdictions and at different stages of development.
Project Finance in Theory and Practice: Designing, Structuring, and Financing Private and Public Projects
This book presents comprehensive coverage of project finance in Europe and North America. The author provides a complete description of the ways a project finance deal can be organized—from industrial, legal, and financial standpoints—and the alternatives available for funding it.
Using updated examples and case studies that illustrate how to apply the analytical techniques described, this book covers the rationale for project financing, how to prepare the financial plan, assess the risks, design the financing mix, raise the funds, and more.