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30 October 2014 - PPP for Patna metro

A metro project in the capital of Bihar state in India will be delivered through a PPP, a state minister has confirmed. Read more...

30 October 2014 - Equitix acquisition confirmed

Asset manager Equitix has been bought out from its parent company Cabot Square Capital, it has been confirmed. Read more...

30 October 2014 - Maitland hospital faces political battle

The new Maitland hospital in New South Wales (NSW) could find itself at the heart of a political battle in the run-up to the state elections in March 2015. Read more...

30 October 2014 - EIB appraising Irish road PPP

Authorities in Ireland have officially applied for funding from the European Investment bank (EIB) for the Wexford section of the M11 Read more...

30 October 2014 - Irish opposition backs new road PPPs

The National Roads Authority of Ireland has announced five potential new PPPs in Munster and Connacht. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Crossrail 2 plans published

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has revealed the proposed route for the Crossrail 2 initiative – insisting that London could pay for over half the cost of the new route. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Winner for Aussie hospital

A preferred bidder has been chosen to deliver the new Northern Beaches Hospital PPP in New South Wales. Read more...

29 October 2014 - PPP touted for Danube bridges

Two bridges spanning the Danube River could be delivered through PPP, according to the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Dutch canal and lock tendered

A tender to expand an existing canal and upgrade a lock in the Netherlands has been launched by the country’s infrastructure ministry. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Rajasthan sets up PPP council

The State Government of Rajasthan in India has set up a council to boost PPPs in the region. Read more...

29 October 2014 - NZ study backs water infra

A new study has called for greater investment in water infrastructure in New Zealand – but has not suggested how this might be funded. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Timor Leste launches oil hub PPP

The Government of Timor-Leste is seeking a private partner to design, finance, construct and maintain a hub for the country's oil and petroleum industry. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Second role for EFA’s Lauener

Peter Lauener, chief executive of the Education Funding Agency (EFA), has been appointed to a second post within the education ministry. Read more...

28 October 2014 - Thames Tideway faces legal challenge

An application for judicial review has been brought against the plans for the new London ‘supersewer’. Read more...

28 October 2014 - Infracapital closes second fund

The Infracapital Partners II fund has closed with total commitments of £1bn to plough into infrastructure assets across Europe. Read more...

28 October 2014 - Philippines sees interest in LRT-2

Twelve companies came the Philippines Light Rail Transit 2 (LRT-2) project’s pre-qualification conference, the country has confirmed – however no interest has been shown in an operation and maintenance contract for the existing LRT-1. Read more...

28 October 2014 - Odisha signs water PPP

The Odisha government in India has signed a concession agreement for a new water supply project. Read more...

28 October 2014 - Shareholders back PB sale

Balfour Beatty’s shareholders have given the go-ahead to the proposed sale of Parsons Brinckerhoff. Read more...

27 October 2014 - Meridiam partner seeks UN appointment

Infrastructure expert is seeking election to UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UN PRI) panel Read more...

27 October 2014 - Five in for Dutch court PPP

The National Real Estate Company (Rijksvastgoedbedrijf) has pre-qualified five teams for the new Amsterdam Court PPP. Read more...

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Stuck in the past

Eighty-five years to the day since the event that triggered the Wall Street Crash and the Great Depression, the global economy is far from secure

KPMG's James Stewart discusses global trends in PPP

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Rank Name Total
1 PwC 3232 mill
2 Grant Thornton 1165 mill
3 RBC Capital Markets 840 mill
4 Deloitte 819 mill
5 Jones Lang LaSalle 800 mill