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1 March 2014 - The houses that bond built

Bill Usher, housing PFI finance team leader, Manchester City Council Read more...

1 March 2014 - Finance Watch

Ian MacFarlane, director, JC Rathbone Associates Read more...

1 March 2014 - Are we moving forward?

Anonymous Read more...

1 March 2014 - Accounting for change

Paul Austin, director, Clubfinance Project Finance Read more...

1 March 2014 - Flexible friends

Kirsten Hutton, special counsel, K&L Gates Read more...

1 February 2014 - All Time High

Giles Frost, Director, Amber Infrastructure Read more...

1 February 2014 - Finance Watch

Ian MacFarlane, Director, JC Rathbone Associates Read more...

1 February 2014 - Lessons Learnt

Stephen Collinson, Managing director, Ryhurst Read more...

1 February 2014 - Lighting up Spend to Save

Viv Cockburn, Low carbon director, Scottish Futures Trust Read more...

1 February 2014 - The Art of the Portfolio

Colin Simpson, Associate, Aecom Read more...

1 December 2013 - Coping with austerity

John Bland, Treasurer and Deputy Clerk, Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority Read more...

1 December 2013 - Finance Watch

Ian MacFarlane, Director, JC Rathbone Associates Read more...

1 December 2013 - Huntís Health Scare

Meriel Bennett, partner, Speechly Bircham Read more...

1 December 2013 - The old housing question

Tim Byles, Founder and chief executive, Cornerstone Read more...

1 December 2013 - View from the school ground

Tim Care, partner, Bond Dickinson Read more...

1 November 2013 - Lift-ing the Estate

Chris Whitehouse, Chairman, The Lift Council Read more...

1 November 2013 - Finance Watch

Ian MacFarlane, director, JC Rathbone Associates Read more...

1 November 2013 - Capital Gains

Alastair Watson, founding partner, FHW Capital Read more...

1 November 2013 - Flowing pipe or broken valve?

Stephen Beechey, managing director of education & investment solutions, Wates Read more...

1 October 2013 - The LEP challenge

Judith Armitt, chief executive, Local Partnerships Read more...

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What Would Ed Do?

A recent comment on a young peopleís forum has raised further questions over how a Labour government might use private finance in infrastructure projects

KPMG's James Stewart discusses global trends in PPP

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 DLA Piper 3150 mill
2 Hogan Lovells 2700 mill
3 Pinsent Masons 1776 mill
4 Allen & Overy 995 mill
5 Ashurst 944 mill