FMO specializes in developing your financial modeling skills in project finance, investment banking, asset and wealth management. While we are a young firm, the team has decades of experience of complex financial transaction modelling. 



The courses are taught by Gregory Ahuy who started his career in investment banking as M&A analyst in London at Renaissance Capital - leading Russian investment banking firm https://www.rencap.com/. He was later relocated to Moscow to help with some of the biggest Russian M&A deals in mining and infrastructure sectors. Gregory continued his career at InfraRed Capital Partners, one of the largest infrastructure funds, focused on sourcing and executing greenfield and brownfield infrastructure projects in Eastern Europe. Later, Mr. Ahuy joined Eneco, one of the largest energy companies in the Netherlands where he led several renewable energy projects.

Project Finance Modeling For Infrastructure

In The Project Finance Modeling For Infrastructure course, we will model complex greenfield toll road project finance transactions from scratch in Excel.

Project finance models are used to assess the risk-reward of lending to and investing in an infrastructure project. The project's debt capacity, valuation, and financial feasibility depend on expected future cash flows generated by the project itself and a financial model is built to analyze this.


Project Finance Modeling for Renewable Energy

Project Finance Modeling for Renewable Energy course will give you the skills to develop and analyze project finance models for wind and solar projects. The course covers essential topics including debt sizing and funding, wind and solar project operations, and investment returns, and will provide you with a robust financial modeling skillset for analysis of renewable projects in the most sophisticated environments.

Advanced Financial Modeling for Renewable Energy (Tax Equity Flip Structure)

Project finance models are used to assess the risk-reward of lending to and investing in an infrastructure project. The project's debt capacity, valuation and financial feasibility depend on expected future cash flows generated by the project and a financial model is built to analyze this. In the tax equity flip structures, there is additional complexity related to the IRS tax rules that have to be reflected in the financial model. On top of that, we have to be able to correctly size the back-leverage debt in the downside scenario, taking into account and reflecting the tax equity's seniority in the financial model.

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