"Chapter 8: Funding Alternatives and Financing Plan"
Author: Eden, Greg
Published In: Planning and Managing the Campus Facilities Portfolio
A properly developed capital plan shows the total financial resources and the likely sources for these funds. In order to determine the sufficiency of financial resources on which the institution may draw, it is necessary to develop a forecast of the institution's revenues from all sources, covering at least the same period as the capital plan. Examines financing considerations that should form the basis for evaluating financial alternatives and concludes with an analysis of new financing plans that emphasize public/private partnerships and the role of tax-exempt leasing as financing alternatives to the issuance of general obligation indebtedness. Also covers factors affecting financial alternatives, assessing financing alternatives to create a financing plan, and control and risk allocation.
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