Introduces students to the major investment (LSI) course taught at Harvard Business School. LSI is a case-based course on project finance that is designed for second-year MBA students. The course includes recourse financing for the purpose of investing in an investment on project finance, the creation of a legally independent project company with equity of one or more companies and sponsorship debt. In 2001 funded project investment reached $ 217 billion worldwide. The LSI co … Read more »

Introduces students to the major investment (LSI) course taught at Harvard Business School. LSI is a case-based course on project finance that is designed for second-year MBA students. The course includes recourse financing for the purpose of investing in an investment on project finance, the creation of a legally independent project company with equity of one or more companies and sponsorship debt. In 2001 funded project investment reached $ 217 billion worldwide. The LSI course describes what project financing is, why it creates value and how to structure deals. It helps of course to sharpen and deepen students’ understanding of corporate finance. This note describes the course, the most important themes, structure and content. In addition, there is a brief summary of each case study. The cases are individually of Harvard Business School Publishing.
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Benjamin C. Esty
23 pages.
Publication Date: Oct 30, 2003. Prod #: 204093-PDF-ENG
Introduction to large investments (LSI) course at Harvard Business School HBR case solution

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