Our company on behalf of our financial partners is responsible for identifying potential PPP projects, confirmation and the Due Diligence process on this issue.
What is a PPP (Public-Private Partnership)?
PPPs are long-term contracts between a private party/company and a government entity, for providing a public asset or service, in which the private party bears significant risk and management responsibility and remuneration is linked to performance.
How PPPs Are Financed?
Transferring responsibility to the private sector for mobilizing finance for infrastructure investment is one of the major differences between PPPs and traditional procurement. Where this is the case, the private party to the PPP is responsible for identifying investors and developing the finance structure for the project. However, it is important for public sector practitioners to understand private financing structures for infrastructure and to consider the potential implications for government.
Public – Private Partnership Types:
- BOT – BUILD OPERATE TRANSFER
- BOO – BUILD OWN OPERATE
- BOOT – BUILD OWN OPERATE TRANSFER
- DBF – DESIGN BUILD FINANCE
- DBFO – DESIGN BUILD FINANCE OPERATE
- DBO – DESIGN BUILD OPERATE
- BTO – BUILD TRANSFER OPERATE
- DBFOM – Design Build Finance Operate Manage
- LROT – Lease Renovate Operate Transfer
- DCMF – Design Construct Manage Finance
- BOOR – Build Own Operate Remove
- OPERATIONS OR MANAGEMENT CONTRACTS
- Joint Ventures
PPP process in our company:
1. Issuing an official LOI to our company and sending the required documents.
2. Our company will issue an official letter of request along with the required agreements to start the process.
3. Identifying the PPP projects & the Site Visit.
(Plate Ltd is the official mandate of financiers/investors. Plate Ltd is responsible for identifying potential PPP project, confirmation
and the Due Diligence process on this issue)
4. Structuring PPP Projects.
(“Structuring a PPP project” means allocating responsibilities, rights, and risks to each party to the PPP contract. Structuring PPP Projects shows how PPP structuring fits into the overall development process)
5. Signing the PPP Contract.
(The PPP contract is at the center of the partnership, defining the relationship between the parties, their respective rights and responsibilities, allocating risk, and providing mechanisms for dealing with change. In practice, the PPP contract can encompass several documents and agreements)