Project financing

Project financing

A form of asset-based financing in which a firm finances a discrete set of assets on a stand-alone basis.

Project Financing

A way to finance an activity using debt where the debt is repaid from the funds generated by the activity. For example, project financing may involve issuing a bond to pay for the construction of a museum and repaying it from ticket sales for that museum. Project financing is often very complex and is most common in the telecommunications, utilities, transportation, and mining industries. Very often, a company conducting project finance will set up a different corporation or other entity for the project to shield the remainder of the company from liability if the debt goes into default.
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His focus is on the acquisition, disposal, development and project financing of independent power generation projects and power transmission/distribution projects.
also have vast experiences in project financing, as well as advisory services.
Design/methodology/approach: Secondary data analysis and case studies are used to identify the major trends and developments in energy project financing for the recent years.
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We consider that project financing (both bank and bond) will be increasingly used in the region.
The sum of project financing loans given out by insurance companies at the end of May was 5.
According to the SML Shareholders' Agreement, MMC is required to use "commercially reasonable efforts" to arrange project financing for SML.
MORE THAN $689 MILLION IN PROJECT financing for seniors housing and long term care was placed during the fourth quarter of 2000, according to the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industries (NIC), Annapolis, Md.
There's no single recipe for success in project financing.
TXFs perfect 10s are awarded to the top 10 deals that are recognized for most innovative, market influencing transactions within trade, commodity, ECA/DFI-backed and project financing.
Professor Bjerre's comparison and contrast of project financing and securitization is somewhat effective, but he abruptly moves into a wholly unrelated discussion of consensuality with respect to the adverse impact that project financed transactions may have on third parties.
This report offers comprehensive information on the major trends observed in project financing in the global wind market, and provides in depth analysis of the overall investments overview in the global wind power industry provides investment forecasts up to 2015.

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