Kosovo Public-Private Partnerships Program Advisory Services
2007-2013 || U.S. Agency for International Development
Deloitte recently supported the establishment of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) Department within the Ministry of Finance. This Department has the broad support of the new Government of Kosovo, and it is working closely with line ministries and municipalities to build awareness for PPP and to develop and implement a pipeline of viable and attractive PPP projects - thereby helping to meet Kosovo’s significant infrastructure investment needs for the next 5-10 years. In 2010, Deloitte advised the Government of Kosovo and the Ministry of Transportation on the preparation and implementation of a 20-year Design-Build-Finance-Operate-Transfer (DBFOT) contract for Pristina International Airport – a transaction widely recognized as one of the most successful infrastructure PPPs in the country. Our team is now assisting to expand Kosovo’s PPP program to include municipal assets and services. Deloitte advisors provide full-time advisory support to Kosovo’s PPP Project Steering Committee and Project Implementation Unit, assisting in activities such as project management, preparation of terms of reference and tender documents for additional advisors, performance of due diligence and investment grade feasibility studies, transaction structuring, risk allocation and mitigation strategies; project marketing, drafting of transaction documentation, and the establishment of contract governance structures.
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