Public-private partnerships & infrastructure risk

Creating value from innovative infrastructure delivery models

Evidence is found everywhere that a large and growing gap exists between infrastructure needs and the amount of money that governments have invested in it. Congested roads and deteriorating hospitals and schools are just a few examples.

Increasingly, governments are turning to the private sector for the financing, design, construction and operation of infrastructure projects. Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are a tool that governments have at their disposal to facilitate infrastructure delivery – a tool that requires careful application to reconcile public and private interests.

What Deloitte can do for you

Deloitte has the breadth of resources to assist either the public or the private parties in all phases of the PPP journey.

In the policy and planning phase as strategic advisor, our services include financing and fiscal needs assessment, capital plan development and budgeting, risk management profile creation including ESA10 analysis and project management.

Secondly in the transaction phase, as lead and/or financial advisor, we offer procurement process advisory, risk transfer identification and quantification, development of value for money benchmarking, revenue source advisory, financial modelling, structured project finance advisory and bidder negotiation services.

And last but not least, we act as a trusted advisor in the concession phase. This comprises contract management advisory, ongoing project oversight and monitoring, change management and business process redesigning.

Our multidisciplinary approach integrates the tax, legal, and accounting dimensions of all these tasks.