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Global Infrastructure Advisory 

Infrastructure is undoubtedly one of the great universal challenges of the 21st Century.

In recent years, infrastructure has become a critical issue for governments and businesses worldwide.  Developed economies are seeking to address decades of under-investment, and high and emerging growth economies are establishing their place in global markets. Over the coming years, investment in infrastructure is expected to grow on a scale that is unprecedented in history.

 

Indeed, decisions taken today are shaping the society of the future. At KPMG, we are privileged to be involved in many of the exciting changes that are happening both here in Canada and around the world, across many sectors, and at various stages of the lifecycle of infrastructure.

How we help

From strategy development through to operations and performance, our cross-functional teams provide advice to infrastructure contractors, operators, investors, and government organizations at every stage of complex projects and programs, including:

 

  • Planning, structuring and management of new infrastructure investments
  • Procurement and financing support
  • Improvement and monitoring of construction and operations
  • Restructuring of distressed projects
  • Investment due diligence assistance
  • Infrastructure related audit, tax, accounting and compliance issues.

 

Over the past 30 years, our Global Infrastructure Advisory practice has become one of the largest and fastest growing of its kind in Canada due to our deep knowledge and skills, and unrelenting commitment to client service excellence. As an industry leaders, we are passionate about earning client trust.  We take deep personal accountability in measuring success from the only perspective that matters – our clients’.

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 Contact

Brad D. Watson

Brad D. Watson

Partner, Global Infrastructure Advisory, National Practice Leader, KPMG Canada

416-777-8142

Global Infrastructure Insights

Visit KPMG's global Infrastructure site for additional research reports, opinion papers, and video insights into the global infrastructure challenge.