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Proximo & CCC Training have partnered up to bring an in-person training course to the Lisbon Week of Proximo Europe 2022: Infrastructure & Renewables and TXF Global: Export, Agency & Project Finance. Get great insight into Introduction to Renewables Energy and join us for a 1-day course on the 7 June.
Known notoriously to exceed the educational expectation, CCC Training has designed this course to take participants from project finance fundamentals through the risk analysis process to provide an understanding of what drives a successful Renewables Project Financing.
Using an Offshore Wind Project Case Study, comprising an Information Memorandum, Term Sheet and specifically designed Financial Model, you get focused information that you can apply directly in your role. Please note the training takes place in English.
PLUS, walk away completing these learning objectives:
Who is this course for?
The course will be beneficial to any practitioner involved in project finance transactions, including financial institutions, sponsors, EPC contractors, Insurance brokers, technical advisors etc.
Although the course is designed as an introductory course, it's extremely helpful for more experienced practitioners, who wish to see the theory applied around a practical case study, plus get expert insight from the CCC Trainer. Each of whom is a highly experienced practitioner in the banking/legal sector with recent live transactional experience.
Never stop learning, book your training course today with your event pass to Proximo Europe 2022: Infrastructure & Renewables
Venue and Accommodation
Proximo Europe 2022 will be held at the InterContinental Lisbon
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