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30 May 2013 - Two left in running for Chennai Monorail PPP

Only two consortia are left in the running for the Chennai Monorail PPP. Read more...

29 May 2013 - Winner for Belgian prison PPP

A preferred bidder has been selected for the Haren prison PPP project in Belgium. Read more...

29 May 2013 - Tender date set for first PF2 schools

Bidders’ day for first batch sees huge interest, but nothing new on the aggregator model or how equity will work Read more...

29 May 2013 - Bids in for Colombia highway deal

Colombia’s national infrastructure agency ANI has received more than 20 responses to for its East Cundinamarca corridor concession. Read more...

29 May 2013 - Trio shortlisted for Toronto hospital

Three teams have been shortlisted for the St. Michael’s Hospital redevelopment P3 in Toronto. Read more...

29 May 2013 - RFQ for Ontario hospital deal

A request for qualifications (RFQ) has been issued for a new hospital P3 in Canada’s state of Ontario. Read more...

29 May 2013 - P3 mulled for Las Vegas stadium deal

The University of Las Vegas (UNLV) is considering a P3 deal for a new stadium and student housing complex. Read more...

29 May 2013 - South Africa to explore PPPs in mining

South Africa’s mining industry should be making greater use of PPPs according to government ministers. Read more...

29 May 2013 - Bond financing for Herts Uni deal

The University of Hertfordshire has signed its £190m student accommodation scheme, with funding provided through an index-linked, unwrapped private bond. Read more...

29 May 2013 - Financial close for Canada college

Canada’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities has reached financial close on the Humber College P3. Read more...

28 May 2013 - Indian textile plant PPP moves forward

The government of Uttarakhand in northern India has taken further steps to build a textile park through PPP. Read more...

28 May 2013 - Ex-Ferrovial chief exec takes on advisory role

Industry Fund Management (IFM) has appointed the ex chief executive of Ferrovial as a senior advisor for its $7.1bn Global Infrastructure fund. Read more...

28 May 2013 - Bilfinger to offload concessions arm

International engineering services group Bilfinger has announced plans to sell its concessions business. Read more...

28 May 2013 - P3 mulled for US streetcar plan

North Carolina’s city of Charlotte is considering a P3 model to fund a proposed new streetcar project. Read more...

28 May 2013 - University campus PPP set for south India

A new university campus is to be built through a PPP model in south India. Read more...

24 May 2013 - Mersey Gateway winner announcement due

Partnerships Bulletin understands frontrunner has emerged. Read more...

24 May 2013 - Virginia feted at Partnerships Awards

US state’s Office of Transportation P3 wins two best practice awards; recognition for projects across Europe, US, Australia and New Zealand. Read more...

24 May 2013 - Intercity tops Partnerships Awards

Rolling stock programme scoops three gongs; Virginia’s Office of Transportation P3 wins two best practice awards Read more...

24 May 2013 - Jamaican housing project gets go-ahead

The Jamaican cabinet has approved construction of a new housing project consisting of over 1,500 homes through a PPP. Read more...

24 May 2013 - Indian eastern road corridor project moves forward

The Eastern Road Corridor Project in Jamshedpur has been approved as a PPP following meetings between the government and private investors. Read more...

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Silly season begins

Recent claims and counterclaims over the Green Investment Bank look likely to be the first salvo in a long election battle, in which infrastructure is set to be in the firing line

KPMG's James Stewart discusses global trends in PPP

League Tables

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