PPPs are increasingly utilized as a means to enhance the quality and quantity of infrastructure and services. However, it is not a straight-forward process.
Successful implementation of PPPs requires a comprehensive understanding of the context, enabling environment and the complete project cycle. CPCS's core business is advising on PPPs, we have advised clients in over 80 countries on how to increase private sector participation in infrastructure.
Our experience advising both public and private-sector clients combined with our broad in-house expertise has made CPCS a trusted advisor to governments, public institutions and private sector investors interested in pursuing infrastructure PPP opportunities.
PPP Policy and Strategy
Legislation and Regulation
PPP Institutional Design and Set up
PPP Guidelines & Best Practices
Capacity Development and Training
Development of Systems and Procedures
PROJECT INITIATION AND DEVELOPMENT
Project Pipeline Development
PPP Project Prioritization
Initial Market Soundings
PROJECT STRUCTURING AND PROCUREMENT STRATEGY
Full Procurement Cycle Support
Tender Document Preparation
Bid Process Management
Contract Structuring and Drafting
Close Out and Case Study Preparations
Post Contract Management Training
Global Director, PPP - Elan Cusiac-Barr
Elan is the Global Director of CPCS's PPP Unit. He is an accomplished Infrastructure Financial Advisor with 20 years' experience in originating, structuring and leading complex infrastructure transactions through the project life cycle in Canada, UK, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Mr. Cusiac-Barr started his career with CPCS and subsequently worked for the infrastructure advisory teams at KPMG in the United Kingdom and for PwC in Canada. More recently, he worked at the World Bank Group leading IFC's PPP advisory team for West and Central Africa. He has a strong track record of leadership and execution in advising public and private clients in the development, procurement and financing of infrastructure projects across the power, transport, health and water sectors.