PPP Project Finance & Infrastructure Program in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Program Overview

In order to maintain economic growth, any country requires infrastructural development. However, frequently traditional sources of public finance for supporting infrastructural development are unavailable or within very constrained limits. Hence, the existence and delivery of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) has become apparent and crucial for any given realm.

This extensive short-term training course outlines the history and the development of PPPs and summarizes risk analysis and mitigation techniques, typical structures and sources of funding, documentation and due diligence.

Target Audience

PPP Project Finance & Infrastructure Program in Jakarta, Indonesia will be extremely beneficial for any professional involved in infrastructure finance from across government and government agencies, project sponsors, contractors, financial institutions including multilaterals and export credit agencies, as well as consulting and advisory firms. The list of target audience includes but is not limited to:

  • Heads of Project, Corporate & Structured Finance
  • Treasurers, Accountants & Analysts
  • Project Managers & Developers
  • Sales Managers
  • Governmental Officials & Consultants
  • Procuring authorities promoting infrastructures and services, at any governmental level
  • Public financial agencies involved in PPP finance.
  • Supervision and evaluation agencies: general auditors/national audit offices

Program Objectives

Upon the successful completion of this training program, its attendees will gain the quality understanding of:

  • The role and the importance of PPP for Public & Private Sector
  • Availability & Concession PPP Models
  • Financial, Commercial, Project & Legal aspect of PPP
  • PPP Funding Structures & Sources
  • PPP Associated Risks
  • PPP Tendering Process
  • Effective ways and methods for deploying successful PPP Projects

Program Contents

The Overview and Introduction to PPP

  • What is a PPP?
  • The Principles of PPP
  • Roles of Public and Private Sector in PPP; Degrees of Participation
  • PPP advantages and Disadvantages in Infrastructure
  • Regional Comparison of PPP Projects
  • Frequent Problems related to PPP
  • PPP Tendering
  • Specifying user needs in Output Terms
  • Identifying Bidders and Assessing Risks
  • Negotiating Strategies and Contracting

PPP Project Risk Analysis & Mitigation

  • Major Risks in PPP Projects
  • Identifying Risk Types
  • Risk Impact Assessment
  • Risk Allocation in PPP / Developing Specialized Matrix
  • Risk Mitigation & Assumptions
  • Role of Capital Market Derivatives in Risk Mitigation
  • Role of Insurance in Risk Mitigation
  • Quantitative Risk Analysis & Cash Flow Forecasts
  • Environmental Aspects

PPP Project Financing

  • Sources of PPP project Finance
  • Regulatory Framework and Enforceability
  • Funding Structures & Gearing
  • Financing Issues
  • Credit Enhancement for PPP
  • Viability Gap Funding
  • Refinancing/Mini perms & Syndications
  • Club Deals & Secondary Market Resale
  • Term Sheets, Information Memoranda and Credit Agreements
  • Using Capital Markets in PPP Financing
  • Sources of Debt & Equity
  • Key Issues for Investors
  • Commercial Bank Debt: availability, terms, conditions and key issues for lenders
  • Export Credit Agencies, Grant Funding & Multilaterals
  • Project Bond Market

PPP Project Appraisal & Documentation

  • Cash Flow Models; DCF, NPV & IRR
  • Performance Measurement Ratios
  • Contract Services, Availability Models, Concessions & Privatization
  • EPC & Construction Contracts
  • Operations & Maintenance Contracts
  • Supply, Sales & Offtake Contracts
  • Shareholder & PPP Concession Agreements
  • Covenants in Loan Agreement
  • Direct (Tripartite) & Security Agreements

Program Methodology

The methodology used is designed to encourage maximum participation by all delegates. The presenter will suggest ideas and theories to the delegates and then encourage them to test out the ideas by the use of discussion, small group work, exercises and individual assignments. Various case studies listed above will be discussed and the key learning points will be demonstrated through practical examples. Each day of the seminar will end by delegates completing their own record of what has been learned on the day and considering how the ideas might be transferred back to the workplace.

Case Studies


  • Port Project, Hong Kong
  • Toll Road Project, Singapore
  • Port Project, Vietnam
  • Toll Road Project, Indonesia
  • Toll Road Project, Australia
  • Various Projects, Korea

Registration Information

Program Name: PPP Project Finance & Infrastructure Program in Jakarta, Indonesia

Program Dates: 08 – 12 February 2021

Registration Closes on: 31 December 2020

Venue: IBIS Jakarta Senen

Program Fee: $3250

Fee Covers: Visa Assistance (complementary), Participant Assessment, Airport Pickup, Accommodation, Wi-Fi, Breakfast, Workshop Kit, Interactive workshop, Program Materials, Local Expert, Practical Activities, Lunch, Refreshments, City Map, Field Visit, Certificate & Boat Tour.

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