Financing Public-Private Partnerships for Infrastructure, Transportation, Energy and Redevelopment Projects
Traditional and Alternative Financing Structures; Allocation of Risk and Return on Investment
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide counsel in structuring financing for various public-private partnership (PPP or P3) projects, including traditional and alternative financing, private activity and tax-exempt bonds, and governmental funds such as TIFIA. The panel will explain risk allocation measures to ensure successful financing and discuss recent legislative, regulatory and case law developments impacting PPPs and financing.
- Benefits of P3
- P3 transaction structures
- Availability Payments
- User Fees
- P3 Financing Structures
- Traditional bank financing
- Private activity and other tax-exempt bonds
- Private Placements
- Equity financing
- Mezzanine financing
- TIFIA and WIFIA
- Risk allocation measures for successful financing
- Recent legal and regulatory developments impacting PPPs and financing
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How does funding differ from financing?
- How are governments finding new means of funding infrastructure improvements?
- What are current trends for financing P3 projects in 2018?
- What are the primary roles of public entities as partners in the finance structure?
- What are the risks and mitigating factors associated with the various financing models?
David A. Rogers
Frost Brown Todd
Mr. Rogers is National chair of the firm's Public and Project Finance service team. He is President of the FBT... | Read More
Mr. Rogers is National chair of the firm's Public and Project Finance service team. He is President of the FBT Project Finance Advisors LLC consulting group, an affiliate of Frost Brown Todd LLC, and a registered municipal advisor with the SEC and MSRB. He and the members of his FBT Project Finance Advisors team have worked on project finance solutions for delivery and implementation of hundreds of infrastructure projects. They have over 75 years experience consulting on public and project finance projects, including design-build and DBFOM (design build finance operate and maintain) public-private partnerships utilizing availability payments, tolls, at-risk and other innovative delivery methods. He helps clients from the earliest stages of each project through financing, construction, and project administration. He focuses on consulting with governmental units and the private sector in the areas of infrastructure finance, economic development and redevelopment, real estate finance, healthcare finance, and public-private partnerships.Close
Thomas M. Mulvihill
Managing Director and Group Head of Infrastructure Finance and Public-Private Partnerships
KeyBanc Capital Markets
Mr. Mulvihill has more than 20 years of U.S. Capital Markets experience from both public and project finance. His... | Read More
Mr. Mulvihill has more than 20 years of U.S. Capital Markets experience from both public and project finance. His experience includes strategic and financial advisory services, transaction structuring, procurement and execution for clients in the transportation, social infrastructure and utility sectors. Previously, he was a Managing Director with KPMG Corporate Finance in their Infrastructure Advisory practice focusing on Public-Private Partnerships. Prior to joining KPMG, he spent more than 15 years in the financial guaranty insurance industry for companies such as XL Capital Assurance (XLCA) a “start-up” company where he helped establish and lead their U.S. Infrastructure and P3 Business.Close