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12 March 2015 - Papworth hospital PFI signs

The long-delayed Papworth hospital PFI deal has finally reached financial close. Read more...

12 March 2015 - Tesco invests in PIP

The Pension Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has received a new member with the arrival of the Tesco Pension Fund into the initiative. Read more...

11 March 2015 - First PF2 schools deal signs

The first batch of schools to be delivered through the PF2 model has reached financial close with the aggregator vehicle. Read more...

11 March 2015 - Council buys Notts regen stake

Nottingham City Council has confirmed it is to buy the Homes and Community Agency’s (HCA) share in regeneration vehicle Blueprint. Read more...

11 March 2015 - Slovakia extends road PPP deadline

The deadline for tenders for the D4/R7 highway PPP in Slovakia has been extended. Read more...

11 March 2015 - Power continues to top Kenya plans

Investment in the power sector through PPPs will remain a major focus for Kenya, according to a government official. Read more...

11 March 2015 - Auckland to reveal transport strategy

The transport agency of New Zealand’s Auckland will unveil its new procurement strategy at a public briefing on 25 March. Read more...

11 March 2015 - No bids for Bavarian civic PPP

A German municipality has concluded the procurement of a town hall PPP without awarding the contract Read more...

11 March 2015 - Dumfries hospital NPD signs

BREAKING NEWS: Financial close has been reached on the £274m Dumfries and Galloway hospital non-profit distributing (NPD) project. Read more...

11 March 2015 - Baker & McKenzie adds SA projects partner

Law firm Baker & McKenzie has expanded its presence in South Africa with the appointment of a new projects and energy partner. Read more...

10 March 2015 - PPPs increase in Africa

A new study of major projects in Africa has revealed a rise in te number of deals being delivered through PPP in 2014. Read more...

10 March 2015 - Labour pledges housing ‘partnerships’

A Labour government will deliver new housing and associated infrastructure through “a partnership with the private sector”, shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds has said. Read more...

10 March 2015 - AMP fund raises $540m

Australian firm AMP Capital Global has raised more then $540m in the first close of its global infrastructure fund. Read more...

10 March 2015 - Zimbabwe seeking water consultant

Zimbabwe has issued an expression of interest for a consultant for a new water project. Read more...

10 March 2015 - EU backs long-term funds

The European Parliament has launched its European Long-Term Investment Funds (ELTIFs) scheme to increase non-bank investment in the economy. Read more...

9 March 2015 - China unveils infra programme

The Chinese government has launched a plan for $260bn-worth of investment in infrastructure projects. Read more...

9 March 2015 - Polish transport PPP tendered

The City of Warsaw has issued a tender for a public works concession in the city centre. Read more...

9 March 2015 - EPEC releases Europe PPP update

Despite recent turmoil in Europe and ongoing uncertainty in Greece, the European PPP market continues to grow according to the most recent market update by the European PPP Expertise Centre (EPEC). Read more...

9 March 2015 - Another infra investor group launched

Nineteen players in the infrastructure market have joined forces to create the Global Infrastructure Investors Association (GIIA). Read more...

9 March 2015 - Philippines municipal PPP launched

Tanauan City is inviting bids for pre-qualification for its Public Market PPP. Read more...

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Busy times

Three deals reaching financial close in two days would have been remarkable in the boom times. But what does it say about today’s market?

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 PwC 2730 mill
2 Grant Thornton 900 mill
3 Jones Lang LaSalle 800 mill
4 KPMG 249 mill
5 Ernst & Young 197 mill