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Title      : PDF-38 Management of Infrastructure Finance
Subject      : Financial Management
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 18/314
Total Price      : Rs.      : 225
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Infrastructure Financing-Conceptual Aspects Total views (177)  
A deficient infrastructure can be a major impediment in a country's economic growth particularly when the economy is on the upswing. A growing economy needs supporting infrastructure at all levels, be it adequate and reasonably priced power, efficient communication and transportation facilities or a thriving energy social: Such infrastructure development has a multiplier effect on economic growth, ......
Pages: 17
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Public- Private Partnerships (PPPs) Total views (180)  
Public infrastructure projects involve large capital expenditure to create physical assets which will be subsequently used for the production of economic and social services over a typically long term. They are complex activities requiring specific expertise and resources for both the construction and operating phases, significant financial outlays and the need for some parties to bear the risks ......
Pages: 32
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Key Contracts Total views (178)  
In infrastructure project finance, 'contract is king'. In other words, the relationship between public and private parties or between the originators and sponsors is governed by contractual agreements. The contract is entered into at the beginning and governs the total working of the project. A comprehensive and all-inclusive contract anticipating all future situations is a basic requirement for ......
Pages: 17
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Tariff Fixation and Dispute Resolution Total views (182)  
Tariff constitute the amount collected from the users of infrastructure project beneficiaries, as for example, the toll charges in road ways, water charges in water pipelines, power charges in power generation and distribution company, etc. Tariffs are collected both in public sector and private sector managed infrastructure projects, though it becomes a contentious issue in private sector than p ......
Pages: 17
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Risk Analysis Total views (179)  
Risks are perceived to be high partly because infrastructure projects in developing countries are undertaken not by well-established utility companies with strong balance sheets but by special-purpose vehicles established by the sponsors for the purpose of infrastructure financing. These vehicles undertake projects on build-operate-transfer basis. Project financing is undertaken on non-recourse b ......
Pages: 22
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Outlook For Infrastructure Financing Total views (179)  
Financing of infrastructure projects is a specialized activity and would continue to be critical importance in the future. Infrastructure services have generally been provided by the public sector all over the world for a large part of the 20th century as most of these services have an element of public good in them. It was only in the closing years of the century that private financing of infras ......
Pages: 42
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Sources of Infrastructure Finance Total views (180)  
Once suitable tariff fixing mechanisms and risk mitigation structures are in place, private sector projects become financeable in principle. At this stage project implementation depends on the ability to develop a financing package with a mix of finance suitable for the project. This mix varies from sector to sector. Telecommunications projects, which face relatively high market risks, may require ......
Pages: 32
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Domestic Debt Financing and Development of Debt Markets Total views (178)  
Traditionally, infrastructure projects are financed by both equity and debt capital. The equity is provided by the sponsors and project developers. Even governments may join the process by providing contributions to equity capital of the project. A higher proportion of equity capital in infrastructure projects is always desirable and necessary in view of their peculiar risk characteristics. Howev ......
Pages: 32
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Infrastructure Finance - Scope and Avenues Total views (185)  
Infrastructure may be divided into two categories, economic and social infrastructure depending upon the nature of service. Economic infrastructure includes public utilities such as electricity, gas, telecommunication, water supply. sanitation and sewerage, solid waste collection and disposal, public works such as dam and canal works for irrigation and roads, transport sector such as railways, u ......
Pages: 9
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Role of Financial Institutions and Banks in Infrastructure Finance Total views (179)  
A growing economy needs the support of a financial structure which is responsive to the needs of development. Over the years, financial institution and banks are playing a key role in providing finance and counseling in the area of infrastructure projects. In this context this unit gives an overview of role of financial institution and Banks in infrastructure projects, the different types of prod ......
Pages: 12
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Process Flow Chart of Infrastructure Projects Total views (177)  
Infrastructure projects are highly capital intensive, involves huge costs and have a long operating life. Good infrastructure in the form of roads, airports, ports, power, communication promotes economic competitiveness, helps in providing economic services and supports high productivity. Formulation of structure for projects is necessary to make them commercially viable and attractive. This unit ......
Pages: 11
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Project Finance Total views (177)  
Finance is the lifeblood of any project. Once a project is selected, suitable financing arrangements have to be made. Project implementation depends on the ability to develop a financing package with a mix of finance suitable for the project. Financing a project is similar to that of financing a business firm. In project finance, financing options of a single project is evaluated.
Pages: 10
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Structural Finance Total views (175)  
Structured Finance means a financial instrument tailored to the risk-return and maturity needs of the investor, rather than a simple claim against an entity or asset, where the financier does not look at the entity as a risk, but tries to align the financing to specific cash flow of the borrower. Structural finance primarily involves the creation of a custom loan for a corporate borrower through ......
Pages: 7
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Evolution of Private Infrastructure Projects in India Total views (183)  
In 2003, 140 companies in the construction related infrastructure sector generalized a combined turnover of Rs. 32000 crore and a net profit of Rs. 1400 crore. The figure has increased in the year 2005 to Rs. 43000 crore and Rs. 2600 crores respectively. A revolution is on and the sector is infrastructure which is building India story at a magnitude unseen. Some high profile projects such as Delh ......
Pages: 11
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Commercialization / Corporatization of PSU's with the Increased Reliance on the Capital Market Total views (185)  
Infrastructure services in India and elsewhere in the world were predominantly provided by the Government or their instrumentalities. But continued provision of infrastructure services by Government monopolies however led to mounting losses and poor operational performance resulting in a continuous drain on scarce budgetary resource. There were large infrastructure investment requirement, resource ......
Pages: 9
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Infrastructure Project Appraisal in Financial Institution Total views (179)  
Project appraisal is the process of assessing and questioning proposals before resources are committed. It is an exercise whereby lending financial institutions makes an independent and objective assessment of various aspect of an investment proposals to arrive at the financing decision. With the increasing players in the infrastructure sector the Banks/ financial institutions has got vital role ......
Pages: 10
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Appraisal Mechanism Total views (178)  
A thorough appraisal of an infrastructure project by Banks / Development financial institution is of utmost importance in order to identify the project risks and to ascertain the fact that the project will function as per plans. Appraising mechanism followed by financial institutions vary accordingly and according to the type of the projects. This chapter gives an overview of appraisal mechanism a ......
Pages: 13
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Sectoral Outlook-Business Process and Oppurtunities for Private Sector Participation Total views (177)  
Good infrastructure helps the economy in terms of reducing the cost and improving the efficiency. China's growth is evident, which has been possible because of good infrastructure in the form of roads, exports, ports, power and communication. India has grown at over 7.6% per annum for the last two years and is poised to grow at 8% per annum in the year to come. To attain this rate there is an in ......
Pages: 11
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