Features

1 November 2014 - Country Watch: Singapore

Infrastructure investment opportunities in Singapore are no secret. But with a highly rated government and a thriving economy, PPPs may struggle to get a piece of the action, reports Dan Colombini Read more...

1 October 2014 - Brick by BRICS

Keen to steer their own economic future, the BRICS countries have announced plans to form their own bank. James Kenny asks what it might mean for investment Read more...

1 October 2014 - Time for Change

As Australia’s infrastructure market matures, the country may begin to take a new approach to financing its next generation of projects, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 July 2014 - One way street

In its latest Budget, Australia’s infrastructure future has been staked on the transport industry. However amid the fanfare the sector has a far from convincing track record, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 March 2014 - Lesson Learned

The Philippines has suffered continuing problems with its bid processes that have caused concerns among investors. James Kenny asks whether recent changes will address the problems Read more...

1 October 2013 - Super Powers

Australia’s infrastructure future continues to be reliant on transport sector, despite a far from convincing track record. Aaron Weinman reports Read more...

18 July 2013 - 'P' is for partnership

India’s 15-year foray into PPPs has produced very little in developed infrastructure. However a string of closed road projects may suggest a change in the emerging giant. Aaron Weinman takes a closer look Read more...

22 May 2013 - Delta force

It’s taken a while, but south east Asia’s Mekong Delta region is growing. Infrastructure development has become a key factor across Vietnam, Thailand and Laos. Faced with steep challenges, Aaron Weinman looks at whether PPPs are a realistic objective Read more...

12 April 2013 - Financing for the bigger picture

Australian states have some big infrastructure plans. To finance them, they will have to have some big institutional investors. Aaron Weinman asks how they are progressing Read more...

1 April 2013 - Growing Up Fast

The Philippines is in the vanguard of Asia’s growing PPP market, as the continent battles to address growing infrastructure needs. Aaron Weinman considers the country’s ambitious pipeline, and the prospects for getting billions of dollars out of global investors Read more...

29 January 2013 - Steady progress

Australia continues to produce a steady pipeline of projects to keep the market interested, despite the setbacks, say Alex Guy and Brendan Hanvey at DLA Piper Read more...

14 December 2012 - On the rebound

Australia has championed PPP over time, but recently governments at both a state and federal level have come under fire in the aftermath of unsuccessful projects. But is the land down under about to embark on an upward trend? Aaron Weinman reports. Read more...

11 July 2012 - Using their noodle

Minimum revenue guarantees in Asia are giving way to more ambitious risk-transfer models based on pension fund investment, writes Gary Watkins at Service Works Global Read more...

10 July 2012 - Hungry bellies

Unless a project requires high levels of technology or complexity, foreign bidders in India are finding it difficult to compete on price, writes Amrit Pandurangi at Deloitte Read more...

6 December 2011 - Wizards of Oz

There is a growing band of UK investors placing their equity in Australian PPPs. What's their exact role in the market and what risks will they face as it develops, asks Martin Locke at PwC Read more...

9 November 2011 - Doctor’s orders

As long as investors accept state-level differences, India’s health sector presents considerable private finance opportunities, write Liz Jenkins and Sahina Jada at law firm Clyde & Co Read more...

2 August 2011 - Aiming high

Indonesia has never lacked ambition. Laurie Pearson of law firm Norton Rose’s Asia office takes a realistic view on the government’s latest US$53.4bn investment plan Read more...

16 May 2011 - Stating the facts

India needs a national PPP policy to build on the innovation at state level, writes Prathibha. A, assistant economic adviser, Government of India Read more...

28 March 2011 - Currying favour

With up to 85% of its highway schemes looking to PPP, India has shaped its tender process with international bidders in mind, writes Christopher Causer, partner at K&L Gates Read more...

14 September 2010 - Singapore’s sporting chance

The Singapore Sports Hub is a PPP with a twist, explain Nick Merritt and Nicky Davies, lawyers at Norton Rose. Read more...

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Banking bonanza

Multilateral infrastructure banks appear to be the new big thing

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Give it a Year

There are a lot of personal and professional milestones for WSP director Gary McCarthy over the next few months. He talks to Amanda Nicholls

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