Profiles

1 May 2015 - Funding Netherlands

Could the Dutch PPP market be the one that never grows old, Amanda Nicholls asks the Ministry of Finance’s PPP Coordinator Erik Jan Snik Read more...

1 February 2015 - A Model Citizen

Vladimir Kilinkarov, a partner at Russian law firm Maxima Legal, tells James Kenny about his work to develop a new model law on PPPs for the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region Read more...

1 November 2014 - After the Darkest Hour

Brian Murphy, chief executive of Ireland’s National Development Finance Agency, tells Paul Jarvis that the country has weathered its storms and now has a strong base to deliver a successful PPP programme Read more...

18 June 2014 - Making things happen

Irina Zapatrina, head of the Ukrainian PPP Centre, speaks to James Kenny about the current climate in the country, and its budding PPP plans Read more...

24 May 2012 - The centre cannot hold

With the Greek crisis underlining political risk in Europe, Mathias Pahlke, head of infrastructure in the region for German bank Nord LB, talks to Colin Leopold about funding solutions and underpricing risk Read more...

7 February 2012 - United front

Banking liquidity and government creditworthiness are fuelling divisions in European infrastructure markets. Michael Dedieu, partner at the Marguerite Fund, talks to Colin Leopold Read more...

3 October 2011 - Regional bias

Colin Leopold speaks to Felix Corral, global head of concessions at FCC, about the growing pipeline in Spain's municipalities and the case for high-speed rail outside Europe Read more...

16 August 2011 - Land of hope

James Stewart, new global chairman of infrastructure at KPMG, on how questions over government intervention overseas are making the UK experience as relevant as ever Read more...

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Danish intrigue

Viewers of the increasingly popular Danish dramas such as Borgen, The Killing and The Bridge will be well used to plot twists and political surprises that influence daily life in the kingdom.

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No Time to Lose

Galliford Try’s Mark Baxter is hoping to have two and a half markets to tackle in the coming years. He tells Paul Jarvis that UK authorities need to build while the debt remains cheap

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