All projects aim to successfully deliver products and services to time cost and quality. As a category of Structured Project Finance Deals most Public Private Partnerships aim to develop a countries infrastructure to deliver a public service over a long period of time. The Public Authorities aim to deliver the service and demonstrate Value for Money in public procurement. The Private Sponsors aim to deliver dividends to their shareholders. The Constructors and Facility Operators also aim to deliver value to their shareholders and the Financiers aim to deliver a return to their owners on the provision of debt finance loans. All these PPP Project Stakeholders carry risk in achieving their objectives. Risks are defined as either downside or upside events that may impact on the successful achievement of Stakeholder objectives. This course reviews the general uncertainties and risks involved in PPP Projects from an international perspective and examines in detail the application of Risk Management in the their successful delivery. It reviews a selection of contemporary Case Studies and includes Team Exercises on general aspects of Risk Management in PPP Projects.
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