PPP Advisory Services


PPP Advisory Services

In times of tigh­ter public bud­gets, alter­na­ti­ve models for pro­ject deli­very gain wider accep­t­ance. In order to meet the pre­sent-day chal­len­ges posed by com­plex infra­st­ruc­tu­re pro­jects, more and more public insti­tu­ti­ons coope­ra­te with pri­va­te busi­nes­ses in Public–Private Part­ners­hips (PPPs). In addi­ti­on to pro­vi­ding access to pri­va­te capi­tal, PPPs per­mit the strengths and capa­ci­ties of the respec­ti­ve part­ners to be used in an opti­mi­zed way. The­se models requi­re the respec­ti­ve respon­si­bi­li­ties and con­trac­tu­al obli­ga­ti­ons to be tho­rough­ly struc­tu­red and tasks and risks to be care­ful­ly and sen­si­b­ly divided.

Role of ILF

ILF is able to draw on exten­si­ve and long-stan­ding expe­ri­ence in infra­st­ruc­tu­re pro­jects. The suc­cess­ful imple­men­ta­ti­on of various pro­jects is the result of judi­cious advice on the struc­tu­ring of Public–Private Part­ners­hips. By com­bi­ning the tech­ni­cal, finan­cial, com­mer­cial, and legal exper­ti­se requi­red with the expe­ri­ence as pro­ject deve­lo­per or share­hol­der of infra­st­ruc­tu­re assets, ILF paves the way to an opti­mi­zed approach and solu­ti­on. Depen­ding on the over­all pro­ject set­up, ILF may also col­la­bo­ra­te clo­se­ly with other exter­nal experts such as legal or finan­cial advisors.

Benefits to Clients

ILF sup­ports Public–Private Part­ners­hips in defi­ning the pro­ject orga­niz­a­ti­on and in equal­ly divi­ding the tasks and risks among all public and pri­va­te part­ners invol­ved in the pro­ject. Struc­tu­ring the pro­ject tho­rough­ly in terms of tech­ni­cal and eco­no­mic fea­si­bi­li­ty, finan­cing, bud­get and sche­du­le is key to ensu­ring the over­all fea­si­bi­li­ty and the long-term suc­cess of the project.


Selec­tion of PPP Option

Selection of PPP Option
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