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PPP in New Zealand: Getting the procurement model right

This white paper examines some key considerations in structuring a procurement process with competitive selection of a private sector partner.
Modified date: 29/07/2014
White paper
 

M and A Predictor

Trends and expectations in New Zealand’s merger and acquisition (M&A) activity based on simple indicators.
Modified date: 21/07/2014
Publication series
 

Value from major infrastructure projects and alternative assets

An estimated U.S. $40 trillion is to be spent worldwide on infrastructure projects before 2030
Modified date: 6/05/2014
Business and industry issue
 

NZ M&A Predictor - issue 2

New Zealand companies are showing increased confidence and stronger appetite to do deals.
Modified date: 22/04/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Business lending in the current market place

KPMG Corporate Finance can provide advice and assistance on all aspects of financing.
Modified date: 1/04/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Make sure today’s acquisitions don’t become tomorrow’s impairment headache

Developing best practices in accounting for future acquisitions to manage ongoing impairment risk.
Modified date: 22/01/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Accommodating contestability in social housing

Public private partnerships could lead to an improvement in housing stock, a more customer focused approach and an improvement in tenant satisfaction.
Modified date: 20/01/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Building a city of the future

How can different forms of infrastructure be developed to enhance job creation and drive productivity and growth?
Modified date: 16/01/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Infrastructure delivery models: One size does not fit all

The core ‘enabling’ infrastructure needs private investment. In terms of the delivery model, one size certainly does not fit all.
Modified date: 7/01/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Bridging the affordability gap

Constraining infrastructure development to the current affordability envelope is nonsensical. We should spread the cost.
Modified date: 7/01/2014
Business and industry issue
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