What's on your mind?
Infrastructure development is one of the great challenges of the 21st century.
The population of the world is set to rise to at least 9 billion by 2050, up from 2.5 billion in 1950. In some parts of the world, infrastructure has been neglected for decades; in other parts of the world, it is non-existent.
Over the coming decades, governments worldwide must deliver economic growth while confronting the implications of climate change and an ageing population.
Against this backdrop, the challenge is to provide efficient and reliable energy, water, transportation and public services, such as healthcare and education.
The cost of this challenge is estimated at US$40 trillion. This is an unprecedented level of investment and it must be managed effectively.
Source: Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat (2009). World Population Prospects: The 2008 Revision. New York United Nations.
Bringing you peace of mind
Our teams provide our clients with specialist advisory, tax, audit, accounting and compliance-related assistance through the life of their infrastructure projects and programs, or as a fundamental part of their business.
Our teams provide advice to infrastructure contractors, operators and investors, and government organizations in the following areas:
- 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.
What's in it for you?
- Our advice is objective and not biased toward any particular project outcome or financial solution
- Our professionals bring the benefit of their extensive local and global experience advising government organizations, infrastructure contractors, operators and investors
- We help our clients set a solid foundation at the outset and combine the various aspects of their infrastructure projects or programs – from strategy, to execution, to end-of-life or hand-back
- Our teams help our clients ask the right questions and find strategies tailored to meet the specific objectives they have set for their business.
The professionals who comprise KPMG’s Global Infrastructure practice have varied backgrounds in government, industry, engineering, banking and finance. They have in common a depth of industry experience that allows them to provide clients with the insight to help stay abreast of market developments and issues.
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