PPP Days 2010: March 22-24, Manila, Philippines
Public-Private Partnership (PPP) experts gathered at the Asian Development Bank headquarters March 22-24 to discuss innovative PPP models and key policy issues for PPP Days 2010. They analyzed and explored how the public sector can engage most effectively in PPPs to deliver crucial services and gained knowledge on recent developments and trends in PPP models, while connecting with fellow practitioners, the private sector, and representatives from the donor community and International Financial Institutions who are supporting PPPs.
- Day 1 focused on trends in financing conditions and implications for PPPs, and the impacts and aftermath of the global financial crisis on PPPs. Senior executives from the public and private sectors shared their responses and at the implications for the medium term.
- Day 2 looked at emerging challenges for PPP practitioners, addressing important policy drivers at global, national, and local levels that are reshaping infrastructure and public service priorities for governments, focusing on urban, environment and health PPPs.
- Day 3 brought participants on site visits to PPP projects in the Metro Manila area.
PPP Days 2010 | March 22 – 24, 2010 | Asian Development Bank Headquarters | Manila, Republic of the Philippines
PPP Days, the premier annual global meeting for public sector PPP practitioners provides a forum for those charged with developing and implementing PPP programs to share experiences on innovations in PPP policy, structuring, and financing. The 2010 three-day conference brought together practitioners from PPP units worldwide to analyze and explore innovative PPP models and key policy issues.