PPP Contract Negotiation, Strategy & Legal Agreements
PPP Contract Negotiation, Strategy & Legal Agreements is designed to provide you with a practical understanding of how to design, develop, implement and monitor successful PPP contracts and legal agreements.
This interactive five-day programme will clarify the key parameters that make for robust PPP agreements, starting from key principles in their design and implementation all the way to the practical aspects of the contractual and legal implications of PPPs.
After reviewing the basic factors for considering Private Participation in developing infrastructure, you will learn how to best plan the process of introducing private expertise and finance. Recognising that many PPPs are used to provide public services, the course will delve into the importance of involving different stakeholders in the design of the arrangement, the appropriate allocation of risks and responsibilities between the parties, and how that is represented within a contractual arrangement. We will also look at the fiscal impact of PPPs and the need for governments to sufficiently manage direct and contingent liabilities related to such agreements.
By the end of the course, you will have learned specific and practical techniques to successfully draft and implement a PPP agreement based on international best practice.
This course combines theoretical presentations with relevant case studies and interactive group discussions. It strikes a careful balance between qualitative and qualitative metrics, using case studies to illustrate core concepts or address counter-positions (i.e. the public and private perspectives when undertaking a PPP project). Role-playing will also be used to showcase policy issues and their applicability with financial and bankability issues common in PPP design, development and monitoring.
Upcoming start dates
7 August, 2023
Who should attend?
Who Should Attend?
- Government officials, ministries and public sector agencies
- Investment planning commissions
- Project developers, sponsors and consultants
- Senior investment and credit analysts
- Commercial, Business Development, Bid and Acquisitions Managers
- Lawyers and legal counsel
- Project financiers
- Credit, Risk and Investment officers
- Chief Financial Officers and Controllers
- Infrastructure and structured finance specialists
- Overview & Introduction to PPP (definition, reason for using, championing)
- Structure of PPP deals
- Procurement – Tendering, Evaluating and Awarding PPP Contracts
- PPP Risk identification, mitigation and allocation
- Negotiation of PPP Document
- PPP – Post Negotiation - Financial Close and beyond
- PPP Laws, PPP Contracts & Dispute Resolution – “Deep Dive”
- Financing / Financing Documents in PPP – Introduction
Course fee: £3645+VAT
Certification / Credits
- Provide an introduction to and context for developing infrastructure financing solutions by using PPPs
- Describe the process of developing a project from the concept stage to implementation and contract supervision
- Present a set of tools and techniques that can be used as a basis for sound and rigorous evaluation, decision making, monitoring and control of PPPs
- Understand the main principles and techniques for robust PPP contract design
- Provide a basic primer of commercial terms and their implications in different legal environments where PPPs take place
- Link risk assessment to contract clauses by understanding the critical business aspects that are to be enshrined in a contract
- Given the fact that PPPs have the added challenge of being a long term arrangements, afford practical insights and techniques to effectively introduce clauses that allow modifications and changes to the original terms of the contract without jeopardizing the overall business relationship
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