December 2-6, 2013
Governments interested in applying Public Private Partnerships (PPP) for infrastructure projects, through which they can effectively increase the sustainability of their country’s infrastructure, are faced with the need to review PPP options and carry out expedite financial assessments of proposed projects, so they can build a pipeline of candidate projects that are likely to attract private investors. This is particularly important for countries with substantial needs in infrastructure rehabilitation and expansion.

Key Topics:
  • Choosing the PPP route and defining a strategy
  • Concepts and characteristics of PPP projects
  • Planning, policy objectives and PPP policy framework
  • Legal, legislative and contract bases for PPP
  • Stages in PPP development from project identification to contract management
  • Case studies, financial models, bibliography, key issues, toolkit files
    Location: Washington, DC
    Tuition: $1995
    Duration: 5 Business Days

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