Private Public Partnerships as a mechanism to improve or create public infrastructure
We support companies or public entities in the structuring of Private Public Partnerships. With the aim of offering a better infrastructure for different stakeholders.
Public-private partnerships (APP) have been a mechanism or tool that seeks to improve infrastructure for existing or new public use with a private. For the same reason, it can be associated with the contracting of a service by a publicentity, using the experience, innovation and financial leverage of private ones.
They may arise from the initiative of a private individual who identifies an opportunity and submits a proposal to the public entity. They also arise from the public entity, which aims to develop a structuring model that operates without the use of public resources.
We support the creation of infrastructure for a robust economy.
Building modern, sustainable and reliable infrastructure is critical to meeting the growing aspirations of billions of people around the world; Private Public Partnerships provide a practical and viable channel to achieve them. Infrastructure investments help increase economic growth rates, offer new economic opportunities, and facilitate investment in human capital.
Adjusted General Methodology
An adequate formulation of social projects with the General Adjusted Methodology or MGA of the DNP, facilitates the obtaining of the approval of Private Public Alliances. Accessing resources of:
Nation’s General Budget
Debt issues or bonds on the stock exchange
Management and public management for the presentation and approval of PPP projects in the pre-feasibility stage and then in feasibility.
It is also possible to finance assets for industries of: – pulp and paper – chemicals and pharmaceuticals – utilities – mining. – food – Basic Sanitation – Aqueducts
Advice on the promotion and structuring of Development under PPP’s
Analysis and evaluation of PPP’s proposals
Design and accompaniment of procurement and approval processes with national order entities
Technical, financial and legal evaluation and validation of projects
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