How to Analyze and Use Leveraged Finance Bonds for Project Finance
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How to Analyze and Use Leveraged Finance Bonds for Project Finance

by Robert S. Kricheff
     
 

Much of leveraged finance credit analysis focuses on cash flows. But what happens when the credit you have to look at has no cash flow? What if it is a very early stage credit or a pure start-up project?  Then you need to be able to combine the tools of project finance credit analysis with the tools of leveraged finance analysis.  The leveraged finance

Overview

Much of leveraged finance credit analysis focuses on cash flows. But what happens when the credit you have to look at has no cash flow? What if it is a very early stage credit or a pure start-up project?  Then you need to be able to combine the tools of project finance credit analysis with the tools of leveraged finance analysis.  The leveraged finance market sees its share of project finance fundings and as an analyst you need to know how to approach these debt instruments. This booklet will guide you through the practical aspects of analyzing the feasibility of a project, building models for the project and analyzing what factors are most likely to influence how the bonds and loans on the project will trade.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780133150636
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
10/18/2012
Series:
Applied Corporate Finance
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
44
File size:
846 KB

Meet the Author

Robert S. Kricheff, Managing Director and Head of the Americas High Yield Sector Strategy for Credit Suisse, has more than 20 years of experience in credit analysis. He has followed industries including media, cable, satellite, telecom, gaming, entertainment, healthcare, and energy; worked with emerging market corporates; and performed both strategy and portfolio analysis. His work has covered investment vehicles including bonds, converts, loans, preferred stocks, and credit default swaps. He holds a BA from New York University in Economics, and an MSc from the University of London SOAS in Financial Economics.

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