Contractual Considerations for Bond and Corporate Financing in PPPs
Toll-Road PPPs: Identifying, Mitigating and Managing Traffic Risk
PPP Contractual Provisions-WBG
Pension Investment in EMDEs-WPC
Moody's-Rating Methodology - Construction Risk in PPP projects
Moody's-Project Finance Default Study (1983-2015)
LAC Panel - Peru
LAC Panel - Colombia
LAC Panel - Argentina
The Global Infrastructure Facility Operating Guidelines provide specific guidance relating to the processes and procedures which are applicable to GIF Activities and operations.
The Partnership Framework is the governance framework adopted by the Global Infrastructure Facility Governing Council at its first meeting in 2015.
This document establishes a Results Framework for the Global Infrastructure Facility, as required by the GIF Partnership Framework. This Results Framework serves three purposes throughout the life of individual projects and the facility: i) to facilitate management for results; ii) to monitor progress and ensure accountability; and iii) to facilitate learning from experience.
Three ways to manage construction risk to support infrastructure investment
At the Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF) Advisory Council Meeting in March, we talked about construction risk and the way it shapes the delivery environment early in a project’s investment life. As a practicing engineer accustomed to attacking construction risk at the granular level, I enjoyed the broader discussion, particularly from the banking and credit perspective (meeting... Read More »
A portrait of PPPs in Latin America
As in many regions, countries in Latin America and the Caribbean are underinvesting in infrastructure—spending in the sector is only about half of the $300 billion needed annually to encourage growth and reduce poverty. Addressing this issue involves the successful interaction between public officials... Read More>>
Why addressing FX risk could hold the key to infrastructure investment
The world is crying out for new infrastructure. In emerging market countries, growing populations and rapid urbanization mean that cities are struggling to keep pace with the needs of citizens. Meanwhile, infrastructure is outdated in many developed countries. Yet there is a $1 trillion annual shortfall in infrastructure... Read More>>
Traffic Risk in PPPs, Part III - Allocating Traffic Risk: Prophet & Loss
This is the final blog in a three-part series on traffic risk in PPPs As explained in the previous two blogs – Traffic Risk in Highway PPPs, Part I: Traffic Forecasting and Traffic Risk in PPPs, Part II: Bias in Traffic Forecasts – traffic risk is... Read More »
Ukraine: How international partnerships are contributing to the development of transportation infrastructure
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Infrastructure in Ukraine, Europe’s largest country, is extremely underdeveloped. Without significant investment, it cannot support the existing or future needs of our economy or population. The reasons are many: decades of mismanagement under Soviet rule, economic crisis, and more recently, the conflict in the Donbass. ...... Read More »
Traffic Risk in PPPs, Part II: Bias in traffic forecasts—dealing with the darker side of PPPs
This is the second of a three-part series on traffic PPPs.
"It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so."
Traffic Risk in Highway PPPs, Part I: Traffic Forecasting — It’s ok to be wrong, just try to be less wrong
This is the first of a three-part series on traffic risk in PPPs Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future. – Professor Nils Bohr, Nobel Laureate Professor Bohr was right: prediction is hard work. As a species, we don’t have difficulty making predictions. I, for one, frequently make doom-laden predictions on a diverse range of subjects ranging from politics to the fortunes...Read More >... Read More »
The Global Infrastructure Facility: Closing the infrastructure gap by building country capacity
It is well-established that the lack of infrastructure is one of the main problems facing developing countries. Good infrastructure is one of the most important drivers for development and competitiveness. The question that follows is straightforward: how can we mobilize private financing for high-quality infrastructure investment in these countries? This is a topic of discussion in almost every seminar and event about development. Usually, the issue is left for resolution by the decision makers of developing countries. Despite the... Read More »
The Global Infrastructure Facility: fulfilling its mission
Nearly two years ago, the Global Infrastructure Facility, or the GIF, began its mission to develop bankable, sustainable infrastructure projects in developing countries that are attractive to investors. Being a partnership of multilateral development banks, private sector partners, donors and beneficiary countries, we have the knowledge and resources to make that happen. Read More
How the GIF helps governments build successful infrastructure projects
Nothing about infrastructure is quick, easy or cheap. Every step—conceptualization, feasibility studies, design, financing, construction, operations, maintenance, and stakeholder communications—takes a lot of time, money, coordination and planning. Unfortunately, in most cases, no single institution has the capacity to handle such complexity on its own, while at the same time private sector investors and financiers who have trillions to invest have not been able to find pipeline...... Read More »
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