This Port Planning and Management Workshop has been created by PwC and facilitated by Port Finance International to provide participants with a thorough understanding of leading port industry practices in key practices and strategy in port management and planning, the development of port PPP business plans, the renegotiation of port concessions and developing dredging models.
The course provides participants with an understanding of critical topics:
- Port PPP planning and development
- Ports and logistic chains competitiveness
- Business case analysis specifically related to traffic forecasts and business model
- Dredging models
- Renegotiation of port contracts
The course is being held in the following location in Brazil, across two days.
Course numbers are limited to a maximum of 25 places. Group bookings are available – please contact the organisers for
more information: Luciana@portfinanceinternational.com
|Each training day will run from 10am-5pm – and all materials, refreshments and lunch are included in the course fee, as well as an introductory welcome drink to meet the other course participants and trainers. There are follow-through actions to continue your development and encourage post-course contact between participants and course leaders. Please note that delegates are required to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements.|
Gustavo Anschutz, Port Division, PwC
|International Ports Senior expert with 28 years of experience in port planning and operations, structuring and traffic forecasts focused on the port sector. He has participated in more than 100 studies and port projects in both Latin America and Europe.
Mr. Anschutz has extensive experience in the development of technical-economic evaluation of port projects, planning, design and port management. He has participated in port projects in more than 15 countries, including, Argentina, Spain, México, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, amongst others.
He has a Master Degree in International Port Management from the Polytechnic University of Cataluña, in Spain.
Jorge Sere, "CP&I" Latin America Division Coordinator, PwC
Dr. Sere is Coordinator of PwC “Capital Projects & Infrastructure” Global Centre of Excellence for Latin America. Jorge has extensive experience in the provision of financial, contractual and strategic advice to public, private and multilateral entities, in relation to structuring of infrastructure projects (mainly ports, railways, etc.), including feasibility studies, planning, preparation of PPP agreements, renegotiation of concessions , fund raising, etc.
Jorge has carried out a wide variety of consulting infrastructure assignments in more than 20 countries in Europe, Latin America, and other continents, including Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Jamaica, Honduras, Latvia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Russia, Tunisia, Uruguay and more
PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Port Division
We are global market leaders in the port industry with extensive expertise advising port authorities, port operators, investors and developers in all aspects of the port industry, covering policy development, port planning, traffic forecasts through to PPP structuring, renegotiation of port projects, etc. Our Port Division team combines engineering, economists, corporate finance and project management skills, serving the full project life cycle for complex port projects around the world. www.pwc.com
Port Finance international
Port Finance international is a leading information provider to the ports and terminals sector. The website www.portfinanceinternational.com provides up to date news relating to finance, investment and developments in the port sector worldwide, and the annual Port Finance International conferences and forums provide the industry with an opportunity to meet and discuss developments both globally and with a regional market emphasis. Conferences are held globally, at major locations, giving participants an overview of the opportunities and challenges of port developments and investments in each market. www.portfinanceinternational.com
Rio de Janeiro
3 - 4 September 2015.
Porto Bay, Av. Atlântica, 1500 – Copacabana, CEP 22021-000, Rio de Janeiro
STANDARD PRICE: US$2650
VISAS: Delegates requiring visas should contact the hotel they wish to stay at directly, as soon as possible.
Porto Bay Rio Internacional
Right on Copacabana beach in the spectacular city of Rio de Janeiro, hotel Porto Bay Rio Internacional offers the best
of both worlds – the marvelous city and the stunning view of the beach right at your feet.
Special Port Finance International Delegate Rate and quote ANCN to get the special rate:
Superior Room Single /double
R$620,00 + 10% service tax + 5% city tax
Rooms are subject to availability. Please contact the hotel directly to arrange your accommodation
Tel: 55 21 2546 8040
About the venue:
Porto Bay Rio Internacional
Av. Atlântica, 1500 – Copacabana, CEP 22021-000, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil
Right on Copacabana beach in the spectacular city of Rio de Janeiro, hotel Porto Bay Rio
Internacional offers the best of both worlds – the marvelous city and the stunning view of the
beach right at your feet.