PPPs are Long-term contracts between a public authority and a private partner to provide public infrastructure or service.
l Public and private sectors share risks
l Risks are allocated by contracts and legislation
l Private partner finances and operates
l Private partner recovers investment and obtains a reasonable return
l Public Authority retains property and responsibility
l Public Authority can terminate the contract
l Public Authority must assure quality, price and value for money
PPP projects are based on collaboration between a public partner and a private partner:
l Share responsibilities that traditionally rest with the local government;
l Partnership approach: both sectors meet their objectives by balancing their strengths and abilities;
l Consider all actors and align interests.
The Asian Development Bank defines four main types of PPP:
l Service contracts
l Management contracts
l Lease contracts
l Concession contracts
Sectors where PPP can be applied
l Public Transportation
l Public Utilities
l Public Service
Public Private Partnership Courses
l The basic knowledge about the goals of PPPs and specific understandin
l Participants will attain and experiment with examples on basic concepts and principles that will help to produce successful PPPs at the municipal level
l Participants will be guided towards the elements to succeed in finding and preparing PPP in their cities
l Identifying some of these elements on some case study
Training Experts: Adolfo Guerrero
Chief Adviser of Asian Development Bank (PPP city infrastructure projects).
Chairman of the Asian city development alliance of Asian Development Bank
(1) 20 years of international finance, banking, investment, PPP project fund financing experience.
(2) Over 6 years with the Asian Development Bank.
(3) In China for more than 9 years, familiar with all Chinese market related fund financing.
(4) In 2014, was named a "Young Leader" at the "World Cities Summit"
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