Project Financing: Asset-Based Financial Engineering, 2nd Edition BY John D. Finnerty, Ph.D.

Project Financing: Asset-Based Financial Engineering, 2nd Edition BY John D. Finnerty, Ph.D.
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Project Financing: Asset-Based Financial Engineering, 2nd Edition

BY John D. Finnerty, Ph.D.



Wiley



Adobe E-Book 464 pages July 2007





BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT / FINANCE & INVESTMENTS / INSTITUTIONAL & CORPORATE FINANCE /







Praise for Project Financing, First Edition "Owing to his teaching as a finance professor and as an experienced investment banker, John Finnerty brings to his book, Project Financing, an insightful perspective, blending the theoretical with the practical." °™Zoltan Merszei, former chairman, president, and CEO, The Dow Chemical Company

"Finnerty has managed to distill the complexities of project financing with its myriad components and variations. Clear, practical, and in-depth, Project Financing is a valuable user's guide for project sponsors, regulators, host governments (local and foreign), and financiers alike." °™Ricardo M. Campoy, Director, Kilgore Minerals Ltd.

"Project Financing warrants a place in the essential libraries of corporate financial managers, their advisors, senior strategists, bankers, large private investors, government officials, and anyone who aspires to master innovation in corporate finance." °™Robert F. Bruner, Dean and Charles C. Abbott Professor of Business Administration, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia

"This book is the first comprehensive treatment of project financing. It provides an invaluable contribution to financial management literature and practice." °™Andrew H. Chen, Distinguished Professor of Finance, Southern Methodist University









AUTHOR INFORMATION:



John D. Finnerty, PhD, is a Professor of Finance at Fordham University and Director of the MS in Quantitative Finance Program. He is also Managing Principal of Finnerty Economic Consulting, LLC, which specializes in business valuation, securities valuation, solvency analysis, calculation of damages, and litigation support. Finnerty has testified as an expert in valuation, securities, and other financial matters in federal and state court, and in arbitration and mediation proceedings. His research focuses on corporate finance, including project financing, and fixed income securities and derivatives valuation. Finnerty?has published twelve books, including the first edition of Project Financing, and more than eighty articles and professional papers. Finnerty is currently President of FIASI and Vice President of the Eastern Finance Association.





TABLE OF CONTENTS:



Preface. Chapter 1. What is Project Financing?

Chapter 2. The Rationale for Projects?

Chapter 3. What is Special about Large Projects?

Chapter 4. Who Finances Large Projects?

Chapter 5. Analyzing Project Viability.

Chapter 6. Designing Security Arrangements.

Chapter 7. Structuring the Project.

Chapter 8. Preparing the Project Financing Plan.

Chapter 9. Discounted Cash Flow Analysis.

Chapter 10. Financial Modeling and Project Evaluation.

Chapter 11. Using Real-Options Analysis to Evaluate a Project.

Chapter 12. Sources of Project Funds.

Chapter 13. Managing Project Risks.

Chapter 14. Issues for the Host Government.

Chapter 15. Case Study: The Indiantown Cogeneration Project.

Chapter 16. Case Study: The Tribasa Toll Road Project.

Chapter 17. Case Study: The Euro Disneyland Project.

Chapter 18. Case Study: The Eurotunnel Project.

Chapter 19. Conclusion.

Appendix: A: Comparative Terms of Selected Projects.

Appendix: B: Other Examples of Project Financings.

Appendix: C: Legal Investment Requirements Governing New York Life Insurance Companies.

Bibliography.

Notes.

Index.

Websites.