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Optimising Projects, Structures & Sources of Finance for Infrastructure & Energy Projects beyond PPPs

This PPP Insights document gathers key information on the conference including the statistics of the event, the two-day programme, and the list of companies attending.

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Optimising Projects, Structures & Sources of Finance for Infrastructure & Energy Projects beyond PPPs

The 11th Africa PPP Infrastructure Investment Partnerships Conference, Africa PPP 2019, has once again gathered all the different stakeholders of the PPP sector: PPP units, public sector representatives, developers, advisors, contractors, and investors. The participation of all actors necessary to make a successful PPP at the same event, contributed to accelerating infrastructure & energy projects across Africa.

The PPP Insights document gathers key information on the conference including the statistics of the event, the two-day programme, and the list of companies attending. It also showcases the key actors of the industry and what has been discussed concerning the Infrastructure and Energy projects in Africa beyond Public Private Partnerships.

During the two-day conference, the lively panel discussions covered the challenges and concerns for successful PPP projects such as limited skills, transparency, energy price and energy production cost. The expert speakers also shared suggestions, solutions, and the way to move forward for PPPs: harmonization, sound legal systems, high-quality bidders, project simplification, better understanding of the community needs.

17 pages – Contents:

  • Statement from the organising committee
  • Africa PPP 2019 in numbers
  • Testimonials
  • Training programme
  • Speakers’ panel
  • Conference programme
  • The event in pictures
  • Africa PPP 2019 report
  • Acknowledgements
  • Press & social media coverage  
  • AECOM Africa
  • AIMM, South Africa
  • Almar Water Solutions
  • Ansarada, South Africa
  • ASISA, South Africa
  • AUDA-NEPAD
  • CARPA, Cameroon
  • CDC Tunisia
  • DEG Invest
  • Eskom Pension Fund
  • Ethiopia Electric Utility
  • FFA Private Bank
  • Générale de Partenariat Public Privé,Tunisie
  • Genesis Analytics
  • Ghana Highway Authority, Ghana
  • GTAC South Africa
  • IFC
  • Intex Construction
  • Investment Fund Africa
  • Kensani Capital
  • Kinondoni Municipal Council,Tanzania
  • Metito, UAE
  • PPP Unit, Ministry of Finance, Kenya
  • PPP Unit, Namibia
  • Suez, France
  • Transnet
  • Webber Wentzel, South Africa
  • Accountants
  • Asset Managers / Operators
  • Finance
  • Financial analysts
  • Financial institutions
  • Financial Modellers
  • Government Officials
  • Infrastructure development
  • Infrastructure Fund Managers
  • Investment
  • Investment and evaluation
  • Investment Bankers
  • Lawyers & Other Professional Services
  • Legal and contracts
  • Limited Partners
  • Ministries of: Finance, Economy, Work, Energy, Water, Transportation, Telecommunications, Health and Education
  • Power and utilities
  • PPP Advisors
  • PPP Unit
  • PPP units
  • Privatisation agencies
  • Project finance
  • Project planning and management
  • Property development and construction
  • Public sector contractors
  • Traditional Private Equity Firms
  • Urban planning and development
  • Waste management

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