For many public institutions that plan new projects in the sectors of public buildings, infrastructure or energy and waste, Public Private Partnerships are an attractive alternative to traditional tender and delivery strategies. However, risks in PPPs have to be identified, analysed and allocated to the right partner before embarking on a project.
What is risk
What types of risks exist for which type of PPP and how to handle them
Different risk evaluation methodologies for PPPs and how to apply them
What are the risks that the private sector can take
Which risks can be transferred in a specific project
Which contractual mechanisms are common for risk transfer
How did PPPs on regional and local level deal with risks
Participants will find practical answers to these questions from leading European experts in the field of PPP at our seminar Risk Analysis and Risk Management for Public Private Partnerships.
Please find more details about the programme, the speakers as well as the registration form for this practical seminar in the brochure of the event:
Für den Inhalt der Pressemitteilung ist der Einsteller, Asya Ognyanova (Tel.: +49 (0) 30 80 20 80 230), verantwortlich.
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