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14 May 2013 - Australia culls housing PPP

The New South Wales state government has cancelled a social housing programme. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Affordable housing PPP gets green light

The state of Florida has rubber stamped the go ahead of two new housing PPPs. Read more...

14 May 2013 - Scotland launches latest housing round

The Scottish Futures Trust has begun procurement of the next phase of its National Housing Trust initiative. Read more...

13 May 2013 - ‘Market conditions’ hit school programme

PF2 ‘not to blame’ as private finance cut to £700m; aggregator model ‘vital’ to scheme Read more...

13 May 2013 - IFC pledges involvement in Senegal

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has announced it will expand its investments in PPPs in Senegal. Read more...

13 May 2013 - Brazil unveils hospital deals

The State of Sao Paulo has launched guidelines for four hospital projects in the state. Read more...

13 May 2013 - Kiwi fund pledges $20m to hospital PPP

New Zealand’s Morrison & Co Public Infrastructure Partners (PIP) Fund has invested $20m in an Australian hospital PPP. Read more...

13 May 2013 - Bids in for Toronto LRT plans

Infrastructure Ontario has received bids for a light rail transit (LRT) maintenance and storage facility in Toronto, Canada. Read more...

13 May 2013 - India moots new e-waste PPP

The government of Calcutta is considering building a new PPP involved with e-waste management. Read more...

13 May 2013 - More delays on Rio’s bullet train

Brazil’s $17bn bullet train PPP has been delayed even further, after international bidders raised concerns over the process. Read more...

10 May 2013 - Cambridge Uni seeks housing partners

Cambridge University’s £1bn regeneration programme has taken another step forward as the scheme seeks housebuilders to deliver new residential buildings as part of the first phase of the scheme. Read more...

10 May 2013 - New rail head for EC Harris

Technical consultancy EC Harris has appointed a new partner to take on the role of rail sector lead. Read more...

10 May 2013 - Costa Rica highway deal still alive

Costa Rica’s San Jose-San Ramon highway project could still go ahead as a PPP after plans to cancel the deal were announced last month. Read more...

10 May 2013 - NZ reveals refugee centre deal

A refugee centre in New Zealand is to be redeveloped as a PPP. Read more...

10 May 2013 - Kansas uni launches accommodation P3

Officials at a US university have given the go ahead for a new $60m residence hall PPP. Read more...

10 May 2013 - Two new port PPPs announced

India has announced plans for two new port PPPs in the coming year Read more...

10 May 2013 - PF2 schools launched

The Education Funding Agency (EFA) has finally tendered the first batch of Priority School Building Programme schemes to be privately funded. Read more...

9 May 2013 - Margins hit profits at Morgan Sindall

Developer Morgan Sindall has issued a profit warning ahead of its annual general meeting, blaming tightening margins as the group’s performance fell below board expectations. Read more...

9 May 2013 - Two shortlisted for Aussie rail

Two consortia have been shortlisted for New South Wales’ North West Rail Link PPP. Read more...

9 May 2013 - Grayling launches prison payment by results

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has unveiled the government’s payment by results plans to transform the way the private sector is involved in the rehabilitation of prisoners. Read more...

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Rank Name Total
1 European Investment Bank 4634 mill
2 HSBC 3445 mill
3 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group 3445 mill
4 Credit Agricole 3150 mill
5 Lloyds Banking Group 3150 mill