Investors are increasingly turning to infrastructure funds and building portfolios. They're seeking a countercyclical investment option - but they're also responding to the government's openness to private participation and the public's swelling demand for new infrastructure.
Executing infrastructure deals, however, includes many inherent risks and complexities and requires careful due diligence and structuring to align deal dynamics with investors' objectives. Many of the questions facing executives tasked with delivering stimulus projects as well as public agency directors responsible for disbursing funds are complex, critical and continuously evolving.
In addition to investors, government organizations will be seeking participation from private sector infrastructure firms through PPP, and concession agreements.
Executing successful deals in the PPP space requires answers to key questions. For example:
How PwC can help
PwC’s Capital Projects & Infrastructure team can help investors, federal agencies and local municipalities address these complexities and structure and execute an infrastructure deal to increase success.