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Benefits of Attending:
  • Identify the key issues in stadia finance in the current economic climate in Europe
  • Get the facts and strategies that give you a competitive advantage
  • Learn what cities and clubs have an interest in expansion and development
  • Examine the variables used by experts to determine feasibility
  • Evaluate the opportunities and threats in negotiating stadia finance
  • Develop a win-win strategy that creates value for all parties
  • Overcome the dangers in the public referendum process and win voter approval

Featuring case studies and best practices information from:

  • Michael Palmer, Director of Venues, Manchester 2002
  • Nigel Reed, Financial Director, Rockingham Motor Speedway
  • Stephen L. Schechter, Managing Director, Lazard
  • Aaron M. Barman, Head of Sports Finance Group, Macquarie Corporate Finance
  • John Barrow, Senior Principal, HOK Sport
  • John Dix, Director - Sports Venues, Deloitte & Touche Sport
  • Ian Nuttall, Managing Director, Stadia Magazine

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Ian Nuttall

Ian Nuttall, Managing Director, Stadia Magazine

9:10 Venues and Community

Michael Palmer

Michael Palmer, Director of Venues, Manchester 2002

  • Development and financing of sports infrastructure
  • Partnerships with the community
  • Role of governments and councils
  • Venues into the future
  • 9:40 The USA Experience

    Aaron M. Barman

    Aaron M. Barman, Head of Sports Finance Group, Macquarie Corporate Finance (USA)

  • Identifying and maximising revenue sources
  • Critical factors from U.S. debt markets
  • Possible opportunities in the European market
  • What can the European market learn form the U.S.?
  • 10:20 Football Finance

    Stephen L. Schechter

    Stephen L. Schechter, Managing Director, Lazard

  • Financial options
  • How to match long lived assets with your financial liabilities
  • How to harmonise the outgoing finances with incoming revenue?
  • How to maximise the value of the off balance sheet assets
  • 11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:20 Football Finance

    Henry Buckmaster

    Henry Buckmaster, Institutional Business Development, Investec Asset Management

  • Liquidity management
  • Security of assets
  • Investment return
  • 12:00 Capital For Stadium Financing

    Andrew Price

    Andrew Price, Partner, DLA

  • Alternative financing structures
  • Benefits of securitisations
  • Insure the structure is tax efficient
  • Maintain operational flexibility
  • Maximise available security for other lenders
  • Avoid tying up cash for too long
  • 12:40 Lunch

    14:00 Legal Issues

    Bernard Nelson

    Bernard Nelson, Partner, Latham & Watkins

  • Analysing the main features of the different projects
  • Similarities and differences between projects
  • Special considerations involving US lenders
  • Tailoring the bid to meet specific expectations
  • What does the future hold?
  • 14:40 Peripherial Development Opportunities

    James Bulley

    James Bulley, Partner, Drivers Jonas

  • Land use issues relating to stadium development
  • What are the benefits that stadium developers offer?
  • What are the concerns being raised?
  • Who is doing what around the world?
  • 15:20 Afternoon Tea

    15:40 The Value Of Stadium Naming Rights

    Dr Bill Gerrard

    Dr Bill Gerrard, Reader in Economics and Sports Business Analyst, Leeds University Business School

  • Recent naming rights deals for sports facilities
  • The key value drivers for stadium naming rights
  • Methods of valuing stadium naming rights
  • Case study: the value of naming rights for new football club stadium
  • Maximising the stakeholder value derived from the stadium name
  • 16:20 Sport Sponsorship - Entering a new era

    Jamie Salmon

    Jamie Salmon, Consultant, PVI

  • Virtual advertising packages - the concept and the reality
  • The application of this technology to perimeter boards
  • How this technology can bring a new platform for football sponsorship and a new revenue stream
  • 17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Re-registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    John Dix

    John Dix, Director - Sports Venues, Deloitte & Touche Sport

    9:10 Rockingham Motor Speedway

    Nigel Reed

    Nigel Reed, Financial Director, Rockingham Motor Speedway

  • Why the UK needed a new motorsport facility
  • A unique design and development
  • Financing the project
  • Putting the theory into practice - Britain’s fastest ever motor race
  • 9:40 Football Stadia Finance

    Richard Hughes

    Richard Hughes, Partner, Linklaters

  • Lending to football clubs
  • Traditional stadia finance
  • New techniques of stadia finance
  • Securitisation for stadia finance
  • 10:20 Multifunctional Arenas

    Roger Hepher

    Roger Hepher, Director, Hepher Dixon

  • The concept and advantages of multifunctional arenas
  • How they are viewed in the town planning system
  • Preparing the master plan
  • Environmental assessment
  • Public consultation
  • Keeping the project on track & Future developments
  • 11:00 Morning Coffee

    11:20 Stadium Revenue

    Lyndon Fuller

    Lyndon Fuller, Managing Director, Fans First Financial Advisers

  • The use of sports brands in the provision of financial services to generate revenue
  • Partnership with financial institutions
  • The potential of brand names in Academy or Youth Team financing
  • Future opportunities
  • 12:00 Revenue Generation

  • The four generations of stadia
  • Stadia- not just sport but a centre for the whole community
  • Building critical mass - the petal theory
  • Stadia design in the 21st century
  • John Barrow

    John Barrow, Senior Principal, HOK Sport

    John Barrow

    John Barrow, Senior Principal, HOK Sport

    12:00 REVENUE GENERATION

  • The four generations of stadia
  • Stadia- not just sport but a centre for the whole community
  • Building critical mass - the petal theory
  • Stadia design in the 21st century
  • John Barrow

    John Barrow, Senior Principal, HOK Sport

    John Barrow

    John Barrow, Senior Principal, HOK Sport

    12:40 Lunch

    14:00 The Business Of Greening Sport

    David Stubbs

    David Stubbs, Executive Director, Committed to Green Foundation

  • The environmental elements in stadia planning and event organisation
  • International Olympic Committee’s approach to sustainable development
  • Cost benefits of an environmental management approach
  • Winning bids through sustainable planning and financing
  • Related issues: green procurement, sponsor programme, environmental communication…
  • 14:40 Winning Business Strategies

    Mark Roberts

    Mark Roberts, Sports Business Consultant, Deloitte & Touche Sport

  • Revenue enhancement strategies
  • Operation turnaround and cost reduction
  • The feasibility of a project
  • Finding the right business model
  • 15:20 Afternoon Tea

    15:40 Planning

    Jon Sandford

    Jon Sandford, Senior Transportation Engineering and Town Planner, Arup

  • The Commonwealth Games Stadium SportCity context and background
  • Sport city transport demands
  • Transport strategy development
  • Site safety and people movement
  • Implementing a transport strategy
  • Overview of the sportcity transport infrastructure costs
  • 16:20 Intangibles as a financial asset

    Geoffrey Wheating

    Geoffrey Wheating, Director, The Intellectual Property Counsel

  • Through an innovative use and in-depth understanding of how best to create a dialogue with supporters, stadia will be able to establish a deeper relationship from which, services and products can be sold.
  • 17:00 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Conference

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