June 30, 2020
What makes an attractive water infrastructure project from the perspectives of a public (government) or private lender, an investor or the public markets? Understand how to look at structuring a transaction and how the capital required (debt and equity) can enhance the success of a financing. If projects may not be “high quality”, how can they still receive financing? Join CDP, Norton Rose Fulbright, Smith’s Research and Gradings and the Environmental Protection Agency to learn about structuring projects from a capital perspective, federal funding options, the role of public-private partnerships and strategies to involve private capital in your water infrastructure. What are the benefits and the negatives? Ask the experts. This is part two of a two-part series on legal perspectives about project financing for water infrastructure. This webinar is recommended for cities and counties in the U.S.
Norton Rose Fulbright: https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en-us
Smith’s Research and Gradings: https://www.smithsresearch.net/
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): https://www.epa.gov/wifia