KBRA Publishes Project Finance Research – Public-Private Partnerships: When Subcontractors Collapse

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In public-private partnership (PPP) projects, a public-sector entity
usually awards a concession-based contract to a special-purpose vehicle
owned by private investors to design, build, finance, operate, and
maintain a specific asset—such as a school, hospital or road—over a
defined period. The private sector needs the asset to be constructed on
time and within budget before it can reap cash flow. While most projects
are built to completion, there are instances when contractors default.

KBRA’s Project Finance group has published an article discussing the
impact of a contractor default and the remedies available to lenders
under such a scenario.

To view the report, please click here.

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gtynan@kbra.com

Andrew
Giudici, Senior Managing Director
(646) 731-2372
agiudici@kbra.com

Andrew
Lin, Director
(646) 731-2483
alin@kbra.com

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