The Global PPP Market 2012


The Global PPP Market 2012

A PPP Bulletin & Partnerships Bulletin survey, in association with Deloitte

The public-private partnerships sector is growing strongly around the world, as governments tighten their belts and look to private sector finance and expertise to deliver new infrastructure. But which are the most attractive markets?

Based on a survey of over 70 international PPP organizations, this report explores where the future of the market lies, the key issues for companies targeting these countries, and what is needed from the public sector to continue to attract investment.

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Despite continuing uncertainty in the Euro Zone, it is encouraging to see three European regions – France, UK, and Benelux – identified among the top PPP markets, alongside the U.S. and Canada.  

Emerging markets

It is particularly interesting to see emerging countries, including Brazil, India, Colombia, and Turkey tipped as key markets to watch over the medium term.  

About this report

The report assesses these results and considers the key issues surrounding the PPP industry in these markets, along with some of the key biggest challenges facing the industry going forward.  

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The Global PPP Market 2012

Deloitte's global PPP team

Operating in over 150 countries, Deloitte has developed a truly global PPP practice with specialists at the forefront of the sector around the world, advising on many of the largest and most complex PPP projects and policy developments.  

This network enables Deloitte to harness global best practice, together with in-depth local knowledge, to support governments and the private sector in developing innovative pathfinder projects and opening up emerging markets to international investment.

We provide a comprehensive advisory service across the entire lifecycle of a project:  

  • Supporting the public sector in structuring and procuring individual PPPs, as well as developing PPP governance frameworks and national policies
  • Working with private sector clients to help them access global markets and opportunities, as well as advising consortia on bid development and contract negotiation
  • Providing a comprehensive range of transaction-related services for financial investors
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