Financing Patterns for Infrastructure Projects

Financing Patterns for Infrastructure Projects

By: Amareshwar Mishra (author), R. K. Mishra (author)Hardback

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Description

This publication, a compendium of analytic information on infrastructure finance, is about up-to-date treatment of deployable tools and techniques in accessible manner, and at an appropriate level, practical applications of guidelines of Reserve Bank of India and policies of Government of India on financing pattern to be selected for infrastructure projects. It presents detailed financial methodologies to evaluate infrastructure projects in a lucid manner which will help professionals, credit personnel, lead arrangers and students of business school, and banks and financial institutions to understand the fundamental principles, their applications and implications, their concerns and inevitable grey areas, related risks and their mitigating strategies behind assessment of such projects. The book will be useful to professionals engaged in various infrastructure sector projects such as roads and transportation, power, ports, airports, oil and gas pipelines, warehousing, urban infrastructure, water and sanitation, etc.

About Author

Amareshwar Mishra (M.A. [English]; MBA and LL.M) started his career as a lecturer and then switched over to banking (UCO Bank). Working in different capacities, he retired as General Manager (Corporate Credit). He was awarded best urban trophy for performance twice, while he was the regional head and was made Convenor for mid-market segments and agriculture lending as well as parliamentary committees of the bank. He has also worked in IIFCL as Chief General Manager (Credit). Presently, he is visiting professor of business schools across India. He has published numerous articles in various journals/bank's house journals and law journals, and other periodicals. R. K. Mishra is ONGC Subir Raha Chair Prof-essor on corporate governance and Senior Professor and Director, Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE), Hyderabad. With PhD from the University of Rajasthan and a visiting fellow at London Business School, UK, he studied for International Teachers programme at SDA Bocconi, Milan, Italy. He has been a management consultant to PWC, DFID, Adam Smith Institute, ADB and Centre for Good Governance. He has supervised more than 50 doctoral researches from several universities and his areas of interest include: corporate governance, international management, technology management, PPP and corporate restructuring.

Contents

Contents List of Tables, Figures and Boxes Abbreviations Foreword (S.K. Goel) Preface (Amareshwar Mishra) 1. Introduction 2. Public Private Partnership(PPP) Projects 3. Viability Gap Funding:Issues and Measures 4. Financing Model and its Components 5. Direct Lending through Consortium 6. Pre-Sanction Credit Process 7. Financial Analysis 8. Credit Rating 9. Risk and Pricing 10. Exposure Norms 11. Prudential Norms 12. Restructuring of Accounts 13. Monitoring, Supervision and Follow-Up vis-a-vis Review of Term Loans 14. Loan Review Mechanism 15. Securitisation 16. Documentation 17. Road Sector 18. Power Sector 19. Airport 20. IIFCL Credit Products Annexures

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9788171889884
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 390
  • ID: 9788171889884
  • ISBN10: 8171889883

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