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Public/private partnership (PPP)

PPP is a widely accepted method of financing public infrastructure in Europe. In the long term, private sector is able to plan infrastructure financing in a more effective way than the public sector limited by its short-term budget plans. By consequence, works indispensable for maintaining infrastructure are executed in time to the advantage of all the parties involved.

PPP is a method of managing the asset and service supply risk based on the combination of skills and experience of both public and private sector. In Central Europe, PPP can benefit to a sustainable economic and social growth. Various PPP forms and structures are applied for various types of undertakings, including construction of motorways, railroads, hospitals, schools, prisons, public administration and military facilities, urban projects, creation and restoration of business parks and industrial zones.

We want to help public authorities, private entities and inhabitants of the region in determining existing opportunities of project realization in PPP and in their execution. Globally Deloitte has been involved in over 400 PPP initiatives. Our specialists from various functions (financial advisory, consulting, tax, audit) have direct access to know-how and resources collected during previous projects as well as to their participants.

We provide services to all parties involved in PPP:
  • Executing a feasibility study,
  • Developing a business case,
  • Managing the request for proposal process (including tender documents),
  • Building performance management systems,
  • Proposals evaluation and negotiating commercial conditions.

Our clients

Deloitte can advise any of the parties involved in transaction.

Public sector:
  • Feasibility study,
  • Transaction structuring and marketing activities,
  • Strategic involvement in canvassing bidders,
  • Bid evaluation,
  • Contract negotiation.
  • Creation of SPV structure,
  • Bidding strategy,
  • Focus on added value creation,
  • Financial modeling,
  • Contract negotiation.
Financial institutions:
  • Independent review of a project business plan;
  • Audit of a financial model;
  • Evaluation of compliance with valid accounting and tax regulations.

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    A report prepared jointly by Deloitte, Fortum and 4P research mix, a report that describes the current state and the prospects of waste management in Poland in view of European Union requirements and national legislative changes.
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