Building Sustainable Public Private Partnerships (How to Attract Private Capital to Public Infrastructure)

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Building Sustainable Public Private Partnerships is the first broad-based book of its kind on the subject of Public Private Partnership (PPP) in this part of the world. It integrates the economic, financial, Regulatory, Legal, Environmental, and most importantly, leadership aspects of PPP. The book strives to address the critical problem of infrastructure deficit in Nigeria and proffers Practical and workable solutions to this problem. The book therefore fundamentally enriches the body of knowledge in this contemporary area of Infrastructure development in Nigeria in particular, and developing countries in general.

The book provides an invaluable resource to PPP practitioners like government officials, financial institutions, Engineers, Accountants, Architects, Legal Practitioners, and other professionals whose responsibilities span the PPP landscape.

About the author.

Sam is a Chartered Accountant by Profession. He is fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) as well as the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in the UK. He holds an MSc in Financial Services Management from Salford Business School, University of Salford, Manchester. Sam was a banker of more than 25 years, and is the immediate past Bursar of Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun (FUPRE) in Delta State. He is presently the Founder/CEO of Capex Advisory – a financial services advisory firm specialised in PPP.

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Author

Sam G Inengite

ISBN

978-9789656295

Publisher

Capex Advisory Services Limited

Cover

Paperback

Pages

217

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Building Sustainable Public Private Partnerships (How to Attract Private Capital to Public Infrastructure)

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