In Malaysia and cross the world, demand for public services is increasing. Insufficient public sector capital to meet this demand is leading to an unsustainable gap in investment. To bridge this gap governments are turning to Public Private Partnership (PPPs).
PPP are arrangements between the government and the private sector with the main objective of securing investment and greater efficiency in the delivery of public infrastructure, community facilities and other related services. These partnerships are characterised by a sharing of investments, risks, rewards and responsibilities between the two parties. These take many forms, including concessions, franchises and joint ventures.
PPPs allow the public sector to access new sources of finance and get the benefits that private sector skills and management can bring by reducing cost and generating greater value from public sector assets. The common link is that public and private sectors work closely together with a clear and common purpose.
PPP present a number of recognised advantages for the public sector. These include the ability to:
Since the Asian financial crisis, Malaysia has undertaken a series of measures to stabilise the economy and put it on a growth track. With the economy on firmer footing, the enhancement of partnerships between public and private sectors is one of the elements that needs to be fostered in ensuring sustainable economic growth.
What we do
Our primary objective is to get the deal done. We structure partnerships which allow the private sector freedom to deliver efficient solutions. We help the public sector develop the right approach to procurement, and private sector partners to get the best out of the process.