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7 August 2013 - Grenoble University PPP signs

The tender for France’s Grenoble University has been signed. Read more...

7 August 2013 - West Bengal focuses on PPPs

The state of West Bengal in India has introduced its new 2013 Industrial and Investment Policy, which contains a clear focus on infrastructure and PPPs. Read more...

7 August 2013 - World Bank to support Poland PPPs

The World Bank Group has launched a new four-year business strategy with Poland, which will help promote growth and PPPs. Read more...

7 August 2013 - Egypt rail tender on track

The tender for a new rail project in Egypt is due, as pre-feasibility studies come to a close this month. Read more...

7 August 2013 - Preferred bidder on Polish LRT

A predominantly Polish-based consortium has won the contract for the Bydgoszcz light rail transit (LRT) extension project. Read more...

7 August 2013 - EFA launches aggregator tender

The Education Funding Agency (EFA) has issued the tender for its proposed aggregator vehicle to fund its PF2 schools programme. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Mace beefs up infra team

Mace has announced two new appointments as it looks to increase its expertise in the infrastructure arena. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Banks back Leicester uni development

Two banks have agreed to provide £55m to support a 25-year programme of development work at the University of Leicester. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Tender for Canada rail depot

Infrastructure Québec has announced a request for qualifications (RFQ) for a rail maintenance depot in Montreal. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Contractor backs off Indian sea link

An Indian infrastructure firm has rescinded its interest in Mumbai’s $1.5bn Trans Harbour Link PPP. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Baker & McKenzie expands Warsaw office

Law firm Baker & McKenzie has strengthened its PPP credentials in Poland by expanding its Warsaw office. Read more...

6 August 2013 - More firms qualify for Colombia roads

Two further shortlists have been announced for projects related to Colombia’s Autopistas de la Prosperidad highway PPP. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Winner for Netherlands culture PPP

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the Westluidense Gate PPP project in Tiel, central Netherlands. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Ireland will prop up failing road PPPs

Irish transport minister Leo Varadkar has said up to €30m may have to be spent over the next three years to compensate failing road PPPs in the country. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Maryland approves Purple Line P3

The state of Maryland has confirmed that its Purple Line light rail project will be procured under a P3 framework. Read more...

6 August 2013 - Winner due for Honduras airport

A winner is expected to be named by the end of the year for the Rio Amarillo airport P3 in Honduras. Read more...

6 August 2013 - RFP for Canada hospital

A request for proposals (RFP) has been issued for the St. Michael’s Hospital P3 in Toronto. Read more...

5 August 2013 - CHP fills area director roles

Community Health Partnerships (CHP) has announced the latest appointment to its regional operations. Read more...

5 August 2013 - Investments boost Morgan Sindall

Developer Morgan Sindall has suffered a 95% slump in profits for the first half of 2013, but its investments arm continues to do well. Read more...

5 August 2013 - Advisors named on Canada LRT

Advisors have been appointed on Canada’s Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit (LRT) P3, PPP Bulletin can reveal. Read more...

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Rank Name Total
1 European Investment Bank 2848 mill
2 Aviva 1422 mill
3 HSBC 1097 mill
4 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group 1097 mill
5 Barclays Group 745 mill