Euro Disneyland S.C.A.: The Project Financing

Case Solution

Robert F. Bruner, John Langdon, Anne Campbell
Darden School of Business ()

In 1989, the Walt Disney Company financed its largest European theme park and real estate development using a variety of financial instruments and techniques that together amounted to project finance. The case tells the details of this funding and invites students to evaluate the funding from various angles, including from the Walt Disney Company, the French government, European equity investors, and European banks. The resulting opinion on the attractiveness of the project ultimately depends on beliefs about the European market demand for an American-style theme park. The case can be used to train students in valuation analysis skills, illustrate techniques for financing large real estate projects, and examine the creation and transfer of wealth in such projects.

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