CIFAL Plock - Workshop for Manager's Academy

Type:

Workshop

Date:

13 Feb - 13 Feb 2014

Duration of event:

1 day

Location:

Plock, Poland

Programme area:

Local Development

Fee:

No fee

Event focal point email:

Other events details:

By application & selection   Face-to-Face    Other Polish   open to register/apply   How to apply

Participation subject to application approval by UNITAR. Notification will be sent once application selection process has been finalized.
The registration is closed
Deadline for application: 12 February 2014

Background

The ability of SMEs to access funding is key to increase investments, ensure business growth and facilitate new businesses. 

For most SMEs, financing is not directly provided by banks through traditional loans. Leasing has become an important financing technique for SMEs to expand their access to short and medium-term financing for capital investments. The benefits of using lease finance include: the possibility to finance 100% of the purchase price of an asset without having to offer any supplementary guarantees which would otherwise be an additional burden for the company seeking financing, allowing companies to manage their capital by spreading payments over the life of the asset. Leasing as a financing technique can be used in public companies as well. 

Event Objectives

The main objective of the workshop is to provide participants the basic knowledge related to alternatives forms of financing public investments by looking at different models used by SMEs. 

Content and Structure

The workshop covers the following topics:
1. Types of leasing
2. Financial aspects in capital entities and in local government units
3. Alternative forms of financing investments
4. Assessment of municipal companies
5. Investment activities of municipal companies

Methodology

The workshop will be delivered through interactive sessions, open dialogues, expert presentations and will include practical exercises. 

Targeted Audience

CIFAL Plock is hosting a two-day workshop dedicated to the Board of City Managers from Plock’s municipal companies.