As the saying goes, the US P3 market is effectively 50 different markets – each one with its own characteristics. Throughout 2014, we will be turning the spotlight on developments in key states. In the first of the series, we take a look at Texas.
Rana Karadsheh-Haddad explains how the IFC’s investment strategy has evolved, with Africa and renewable energy increasingly centre-stage
Asset management plans should do more than that, maintains Ian Woodbury of Riva Modeling. He outlines a new approach
A pioneering new courthouse in Long Beach replaced a tired former facility and gave a boost to social infrastructure in the US. Joseph Aiello of Meridiam Infrastructure and Stephen Reinstein of Long Beach Judicial Partners explain how the deal came together
Glen Matsumoto tells Kalliope Gourntis why private equity firm EQT Partners is drawn to the energy sector
Renewable energy has the potential to meet Africa’s growing electricity needs. The continent’s leaders should seize the opportunity while it lasts, writes Matthieu Favas
We take a look at the key public-private partnership developments from around the world over the last month.
While Skanska has been active in US construction for decades, Karl Reichelt talks about the changes in the P3 landscape that have led the Swedish company to identify the US as its number one growth market and a place where it wants to put its money.
Europe staged an impressive recovery in 2013, reclaiming its lead over Asia-Pacific as the world’s most prolific deal market – while energy remained ahead of transport. Matthieu Favas reports.
Financial close for several large Russian PPPs is expected in the year ahead.
The operator has checked into Confins Airport with more at stake than was immediately clear.
‘Illiana’ is birthing two PPPs and helping to further promote the US Midwest as a potential hotbed for toll road concessions.
Buoyed by swelling populations, abundant liquidity and the international limelight, the Gulf States look ready for an infrastructure boom. Much will now depend on their ability to get private investors on board
Economist Markus Schomer reflected on developments worldwide that - for the most part - bode well for infrastructure. Kalliope Gourntis reports.
Partnerships between energy firms and institutional investors are marriages of convenience.
UK listed infrastructure funds claim to offer the kind of classic characteristics that investors are clamouring for. But turning the heads of pension fund trustees can be a tough task.
Coconuts may have an importance that, up until now, has not been apparent.
The UK airport faced an angry backlash as a flooded terminal wreaked havoc over Christmas.