Private-Public Partnership






 Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are arrangements typified by joint working between the public and private sector. In the broadest sense, PPPs can cover all types of collaboration across the interface between the public and private sectors to deliver policies, services and infrastructure.

The delivery of public services involves private sector investment in infrastructure; the most common form of PPP is the private finance initiative.

Course Content

  • Overview of the development process of public-private partnerships
  • Management of viability gap fund (VGF)
  • Project development: the feasibility study and due diligence
  • Concession models for build operate and transfer (BOT) Projects
  • What to expect from PPPs?

Learning Outcomes 

  • Understanding the fundamental structures of VGF arrangements
  • Understanding public sectors’ requirements and capacity in the government to implement the PPP and VGF projects
  • Identifying the significant issues in project planning
  • Following the development process of BOT

Event Details

Start date: 4 November 2024

End date: 15 November 2024

Start time: 09:00 BST

End time: 16:00 BST

Venue: London, UK

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