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1 Day Seminar on The Application of Engineering Finance Methodology in Structuring A (Long-Term) Financially Sustainable Project (Rescheduled from 18 June 2013)
Venue: Wisma IEM, 01- Auditorium Tan Sri Prof. Chin Fung Kee, Third Floor
Date & Time: 20 Aug 2013 (8:30 AM - 5:30 PM)
Closing Date Before: 17-Aug-2013 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)
Organised By Technical Division - Oil, Gas and Mining Engineering


The primary objectives of Engineering Finance are to Create Cost Conscious Global Professionals. Engineering Finance is a sub-set of Engineering using financial methodology to ensure the long-term viability and sustainability of a project.
The course will delve on:
•    Definition and concept of Engineering Finance.
•    Fundamental principles of the engineering finance methodology e.g. “Bridging”  of “Engineering” with “Finance”, MAL Cost Efficiency Model, Economic Efficiency vs. Engineering Efficiency, Critical Component Analysis etc.
•    Applications of Engineering Finance - using actual cases to illustrate the uses of EF methodology in market positioning, product-technology option matrix etc.

Case studies to be used:
•    Using the Engineering Finance methodology in Re-engineering of a coal mining concession in Indonesia for listing purposes.
•    Using the Engineering Finance methodology for a Private Financing Initiatives (PFI) proposal in a hostel project.

Target audience - All Engineers and Accountants:
•    MBA, all post-graduate especially engineering, academic and admin staff
•    Private Corporations
•    government agencies


Ir. Prof. Madya Dr Maulud Abdul Latif
EngD Engineering Finance (UTM/Britain), MBA Finance (Aust), BSc (Hons) Mining Eng (Britain), Dip Mech Eng (UTM)
Head of Department of Renewable Energy Policy and Financial Modelling Studies
Institute of Hydrogen Economy, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Ir. Prof. Madya Dr Maulud Abdul Latif obtained his Engineering Doctorate (EngD) in Engineering Finance at the UTM/University of Warwick. He also holds an MBA Finance from the University of Queensland Business School, a B. Sc. (Hons) Mining Engineering from the University of Wales and a Diploma in Mechanical Eng. from Universiti Technologi Malaysia. In addition, he holds the Dredgemaster Certificate of Competency and is a member of the Board of Professional Engineers, Institute of Engineers and Institute of Mineral Engineers.

He started his career in Malaysia Mining Corporation in 1977 and have extensive experience in project feasibility studies (technical, marketing and finance) and mine management. Between 1984 and 1992, he worked with various reputable organizations including Permodalan Nasional Berhad and Ministry of Finance. He has acquired vast corporate experience not only in project financing but also corporate restructuring and turnaround. He was also involved in privatization projects. Since 1992 he was actively involved in project feasibility studies in various sectors like power generation, renewable energy, coal mining and property development projects from Indonesia to India, Australia and Malaysia. He was involved in both Technical and Financial engineering of projects from inception to construction and operation. Amongst his consultancy work include re-engineering of two coal mining companies in Indonesia for listing on the Australian Stock Exchange.  

Currently he heads the Dept of Renewable Energy Policy and Financial Modelling Studies at the Institute of Hydrogen Economy, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. In addition, he is also the Business Development and Engineering Finance Adviser to the PFI team on the development of UTM facilities and member of the UTM Innovation Commercialisation Committee, UTM Technical Advisory Council and UTM Centre of Ocean Thermal Energy Technology. He is also involved in the commercialization of strategic facilities using Hydrogen Fuel Cell and Microturbine.    

Ir. Prof. Madya Dr Maulud Abdul Latif was also the Business Development and Engineering Finance Advisor to the Selangor Menteri Besar Incorporated on the Klang River Rehabilitation project and the Selangor Water Supply Restructuring Project.    

“…. This Engineering Finance methodology is expected to revolutionise the thinking and work culture of engineers in the future….”
(CIDB Malaysia and India Conference 2012
Objective of the Engineering Finance methodology is to create Globalised Professionals.
(Prof Dr Ir Maulud Abdul Latif)

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