Sydney skyline
In the second instalment of our Deep Dive into PPPs, we take a look at the market in Australia and New Zealand and find the region to be one of the most welcoming for the model, especially when it comes to large projects.
A laundry list of troubles threaten to sink the venerable procurement framework. But there are some bold ideas for re-energising it.
Future of PPPs
Contractual rigidity, value-for-money questions and bad risk allocation all threaten to sink the model. Major intervention will be needed to bring it back to health.
Data centre
The fund acquired a 24.1% stake in Canberra Data Centres from Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation in a move that reflects the importance of digital infrastructure assets.
We quizzed 146 institutional investors to find out what they think about today’s major talking points. Check our interactive presentation to find out.
University of Liverpool
The move will enable roughly 85,000 DC members, representing around £1bn of funds, to select a private markets allocation within their investment programme.
pipes
The firm has been organising itself to take advantage of increased opportunity in the asset class, according to co-chief executive David Layton.
The investors call for the Australian Energy Market Commissioner to pay greater heed to quantitative analysis when making its decision.
The US presidential candidate unveiled a ‘community-driven’ plan that would encourage local governments to fix existing infrastructure and invest in major, long-term projects.
Alaska
The $66bn sovereign wealth fund is inviting bids on a portfolio comprised around 40% of infrastructure funds.
ii
ii

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination