Are you financing or structuring public-private partnerships in infrastructure?
The PPPLRC contains sample public-private partnership (PPP) agreements and concessions, checklists and sample clauses, terms of reference, risk matrices, standard bidding documents developed by government agencies and sample PPP and sector legislation and regulation. Designed for government officials, project managers and lawyers involved in PPP projects in developing countries, it provides international experience and precedents to help you develop a conducive PPP enabling environment, a solid pipeline of projects and structure well PPP project and contracts. It has materials in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic and Mandarin Chinese, from initiatives from both developed and developing countries.
What are public-private partnerships?
There is no standard, internationally-accepted definition of a PPP. The term is used to describe a wide range of types of agreements between public and private sector entities, and different countries have adopted different definitions as their PPP programs evolved. Typically a PPP is a long-term contract between a private party and a government entity, for providing a public asset or service, in which the private party bears significant risk and management responsibility. More on public-private partnerships.