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Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)

Due to the scarcity of public funds, governments and public authorities are increasingly relying on public-private partnerships (PPPs) to structure their infrastructure projects.

We are market leaders in providing assistance on large scale PPPs in a wide variety of jurisdictions. We advise on a range of sectors including roads and bridges, airports, prisons, ports, stadia, rail infrastructure, schools and social housing.

We act for sponsors, banks, authorities and contractors. Thanks to the diversity of our client base, we are able to anticipate and understand issues and provide innovative and robust solutions for complex deals.

Our clients value our straightforward and pragmatic advice. We work in an integrated way with our Banking, Corporate and Real Estate departments and approach issues from a variety of perspectives, taking into account the wider economic and legal context.

 

 

News & insights

News: 06 JANUARY 2020

A&O Partner David Christensen Joins U.S. Projects Team

Christensen moves to the U.S. after 7 years in A&O’s Australian offices

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News: 18 DECEMBER 2019

Allen & Overy advises Palisade on its acquisition of Snowtown 2 Wind Farm

Allen & Overy has advised Palisade Investment Partners (Palisade) on its acquisition of the Snowtown 2 Wind Farm from Tilt Renewables.

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News: 18 DECEMBER 2019

Success for A&O at Euromoney LMG Asia Women In Business Law Awards 2019

A&O wins ‘Best International Firm for Women in Business Law’

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Silvertown tunnel

News: 26 NOVEMBER 2019

Financing of approximately GBP1 billion for Silvertown Tunnel reaches financial close

Allen & Overy has advised a consortium involving Aberdeen Standard Investments, BAM PPP PGGM, Cintra, Macquarie and SK Group in connection with the design, building, financing, maintenance and operation of the Silvertown Tunnel, a twin-bored tunnel under the River Thames between the Greenwich peninsula and Silvertown. Through the ownership by the consortium of RiverLinx Limited, Silvertown is being developed as a public-private partnership with TfL.

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