Risks coverage in structuring and export project finance

PURPOSE

Assess the main risks involved in structuring an export finance project. Grasp how banks and rating agencies assess risks on your industry, the countries of your clients or corporate risks. Learn about the key instruments to cover these risks and how an optimal deal structuring can help. Assess the debt capacity of a project. Identify the main sources of finance and the key market players, including Export Credit Agencies, acting in the export finance sector. 

AUDIENCE

Bankers involved directly or indirectly in the export finance business; Executives from exporting industrial companies active either in commercial, legal or engineering positions where a knowledge of Export Finance fundamentals is required 

PEDAGOGICAL METHOD

Process based on an active contribution of the participants, with real-life cases allowing exchanges between participants and experts. A support booklet is handed out during the training.

PRE-NECESSARY

Good knowledge of the basics of Trade Finance.

EXPERT PROFILE

Fundamentals of export financeThe speaker ensured positions of responsibility in a large French bank, then in Dutch companies. Finally, Director of Project Financing for real estate Group. Consultant, Expert in Export and Project finance.

PROGRAMME

DAY 1
MORNING SESSION

  • Introduction
  • “Hands on” session with a case study: the Halliburton – Sonangol crude oil financing (USA / Angola). Learn how to circumvent political risk and mitigate commercial risks through optimal deal structuring? And put in perspective Export finance and Project Finance.
  • Main market players in the Export Finance industry: commercial contractors (assets manufacturer, operator), ECA’s, banks (lenders, arrangers, underwriter), rating agencies etc…

AFTERNOON SESSION

  • Main financing instruments: Short to medium term with forfeiting/factoring; medium to long term with buyer credit, leasing,
  • Case study: an example of buyer credit with ECA cover.

DAY 2
MORNING SESSION

  • Introduction to the lending process and risk analysis. Risk appraisal from a banker’s perspective –
  • Typology of risks and main risks’ mitigators used in Export Finance:
    1. Country risk
    2. FOREX risk
    3. Commercial / Corporate risk
    4. Industry / Technology risk
    5. Asset risk
    6. Structuring risk

Case study: Special focus on the country risk and its main cover instruments, using the risk analysis matrix of a rating agency

AFTERNOON SESSION

  • What are the advantages of an Export Credit in such structuring? Presentation of Bpifrance and US Exim’s terms and requirements when supporting an export credit.
  • Case study

 



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  2. 15 et 16 mai 2019 de 9:00 à 17:30
    25 et 26 novembre 2019 de 9:00 à 17:30
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