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"...a quick, easy-to-read ideal starting point." -Financial Engineering News "Fight writes succinctly and clearly, and...his analytical insights are applicable to both big and small project financings." - The RMA Journal

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Andrew Fight is an international banking and training consultant with 20 years banking and finance experience and has trained in Banks and financial institutions throughout the world as well as in the U.K. His expertise is in all aspects of Corporate Credit, Analysing Banks and Financial Institutions Risk, Syndicated Lending, and Project Finance, and he has an ongoing research interest in Debt Recovery and the roles of Credit Rating Agencies in the investor creditor community. Andrew has written and developed course materials for both tailored and public courses for Euromoney Training, BPP Financial Training, Intellexis Training, the French Bankers Training Institute, Bankakademie in Germany, and aid programmes for the European Union, USAID Eurasia Foundation, and Asian Development Bank. He has also written a dozen books on Banking and Finance related subjects for Euromoney Publications, Wiley and Sons, Express Exec / Capstone Publishing. During the last year Andrew has led successful courses in Malaysia, India, Lebanon, Bulgaria, Georgia, Armenia, Algeria, France, Germany, and the UK

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A very good basic overview 6 Feb. 2008
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This book is a very good basic overview of project finance for complete newbies. It covers well the key project risks as well as the contractual framework that surrounds PF.

The book does indeed have a minor, insignificant leftish bias but it only appears in the very beginning of the book (and all of Chapter 5) :).

The reason why I gave this book four stars instead of five, is because I wish there were specific examples / CF analyses that would help us get a feel for a typical work performed by the financial advisers / banks.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing 23 Feb. 2007
By R. Eaton - Published on
Format: Paperback
The editor must have failed to read page 2 paragraph 4 that rails against the goal of project finance, namely to "make government irrelevant and achieve a two-tier society where government panders to the marginalized and infrastructure development and exploitation (!!!??) are handed over to private capital, free from the encumbrances of the electoral mandates". With that kind of bias set forward, why continue reading??

Basically, a set of powerpoint slides bound in a booklet.
Introduction to project finance is the gateway to knowing project finance 2 April 2013
By Duncan G. Hunda - Published on
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The book is written in a simple language but the the topics are sequenced properly, clearly and well covered with very good explanations on project finance. No doubt the book is useful to all those that require an understanding of project finance.
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