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Julian  Smith

Julian Smith

Advisor, PwC Indonesia

Julian Smith is PwC’s Global Transport and Logistics industry leader and adviser to PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory. He specialises in financial and commercial advice on Capital Projects and Infrastructure in the transport industry.

Julian has 26 years of international corporate finance advisory experience, 16 of which specialised in PPP in both developed and developing countries. Julian has advised PPPs in various sectors including light railway, high speed railway, buses, ports, airports, government research agencies, new cities, healthcare, energy and housing and general corporate finance advice in many other sectors and countries.

Education/professional qualifications:

Julian obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Politics from the University of Exeter, United Kingdom.

Julian has extensive leadership experience in infrastructure programming, both with discrete projects and also more generally as a senior Partner within the broader PwC global network.

Julian has led various PPP projects in Indonesia including provided advice to KPPIP/ Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs on the proposed new Presidential directive on PPPs and led advice to LKPP (State procurement agency) on four pilot PPPs in different sectors and the preparation of model bidding documents in those sectors. He has deep knowledge on PPP regulatory frameworks and key stakeholders in Indonesia.

Summary of key project experience:

  • PPP Procurement Modernisation, MCA-I, Indonesia
  • Umbulan PPP Water Supply Project, PT. SMI, Indonesia
  • Palapa Ring Satelite PPP Project, PT. SMI, Indonesia
  • Advice on the M25 DBFO, Highway Agency, United Kingdom
  • Advising Port of Kingston, Jamaica on privatisation of container terminal by means of a concession (common form of PPP), Port Authority of Jamaica, Jamaica
  • Intercity express trains PPP, UK Department for Transport, United Kingdom
  • Advisory Services on a PPP for the development of Larnaka and Pafos Airports, Cyprus Ministry of Transport & Communications, Cyprus