In 1989, the Walt Disney Company financed the major European theme park and real estate development with a variety of financing tools and techniques that, when combined in a project financing was. The case recounts the details of this funding and invites students to finance various viewpoints, including those of the Walt Disney Company, the French government, European equity investors and European banks rate. The resulting opinion about the attractiveness of … Read more »

In 1989, the Walt Disney Company financed the major European theme park and real estate development with a variety of financing tools and techniques that, when combined in a project financing was. The case recounts the details of this funding and invites students to finance various viewpoints, including those of the Walt Disney Company, the French government, European equity investors and European banks rate. The resulting opinion about the attractiveness of the project ultimately depends on beliefs about European demand for an American theme park. The case can be used to exercise students’ skills in analysis, evaluation, display techniques for financing large real estate projects in real time, and to explore the creation and transfer of assets in such projects.
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Robert F. Bruner,
John Langdon,
Anne Campbell
Source: Darden School of Business
23 pages.
Release Date: 22 March 1993. Prod #: UV2339-PDF-ENG
Euro Disney SCA: The Project Financing HBR case solution

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