The Future of PPP
Associate Director Roland Verniers from our Amsterdam office is co-hosting the IPFA Event in Amsterdam on Thursday 27 November 2014 about “The Future of PPP: Do We Need to Go Global?”
It is the annual event of the International Project Finance Association (IPFA), which will be co-hosted by Turner & Townsend, NautaDutilh and UNECE.
In 2014, we saw the Dutch PPP model continue to be implemented across a diverse range of infrastructural projects ranging from road and water infrastructure to housing projects. In addition to the growth of the market, we have seen the emergence of innovative and exploitative ways to execute, fund, and deliver such infrastructural projects.
However, is the growth and innovation sustainable for the Dutch market in the long run? Should we be looking to the global community namely that of emerging economies for ways of expanding and growing PPP related initiatives on a global level? Should we look to our neighbors, Belgium, Germany, United Kingdom for example for lessons learned and transfer of knowledge to ensure the continued growth and expansion of the Dutch PPP market?
This session will provide an opportunity to explore the expansion and growth of PPP initiatives within the Netherlands and abroad. Key speakers from the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe; Financial Institutions and sponsors will tackle the question on whether we should go global or focus on the local Dutch markets.
For further information and to book a place visit the IPFA website.