The EPEC experts Mr.Marcin Woronowicz and Mr.Guy Chetrit have presented trends on the European PPP market and topics related to statistical and accounting treatment of PPPs, risk allocation and common contractual issues in PPPs and fiscal risk in PPPs. At this occasion the novelties in Croatian legislation in terms of harmonisation with international and European standards respectively as well as proposals related to small PPP projects including street ligthing were […]
The summit is organized under the auspices of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Mr. Ivo Josipović, the Mayor of the City of Zagreb, Mr. Milan Bandić, the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Crafts and the Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds. During the run of the fair several international panels and conferences will be organized with the focus on investment projects, industrial policies, regional […]
Over H1 2014, 34 PPP transactions reached financial close, significantly more than the 24 transactions signed in H1 2013. The number of deals being closed in Europe has grown steadily since 2012. The aggregate value of PPP transactions that reached financial close in the European market in H1 2014 totalled EUR 9 billion. Thus, the half-yearmarket value is in line with that of H1 2013. Four large transactions (deals exceeding […]
This assignment consisted of number of activities and deliverables, including networking and training events the EPEC team organised and/or participated in, as well as a series of documentary outputs. Recently, the following documents are published and available at EPEC website: – Four country reports that describe the PPP institutional and legal frameworks in Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo* and Serbia respectively; – A regional overview report on the PPP institutional and legal […]
During the meeting they discussed the scope and purpose of the programme activities to be implemented by the end of 2014, and in this respect it was signed a Letter of Intent.
Besides, two Croatian PPP projects were shortlisted too: Gymnasium and Sport hall in City of Koprivnica in the category Best Operational Project and Zagreb Airport Concession in the category Best Pathfinder Project. These nominations represent a great credit to participants in the domestic market of PPP both in the regulatory domain and in the area of implementation of public infrastructure projects that are delivered by the PPP model. It is […]
In 2013, the aggregate value of PPP transactions which reached financial close totalles EUR 16.3 billion, a 27% increase over 2012. PPP transactions reached financial close significantly increased from 68 in 2012 to 80 in 2013. The UK remained the largest PPP market in Europe both in terms of value and number of projects. Transport sector remains most active in value terms followed by environment and education. The healthcare sector was the fastes […]
The status of the projects are as follows: 13 projects are in operational phase, for one project financial close is reached in December 2013, 2 projects are in procurement process and 8 projects are in preparation.
The Agency for Public Private Partnership has organized jointly with the Embassy of Canada to Croatia in Zagreb and Centre for monitoring of business activities in the energy sector and investments the Conference “PPP – the model for success in public health sector and wastewater treatment”. The Conference has been held in Zagreb on Monday, 27th January 2014 in the Hotel Doubletree by Hilton. Canada is world leader in PPP’s […]
PPPs first appeared in the country in 2005, but it wasn’t until 2008 that the framework was properly instituted. Up until 2012, the only significant project to be completed were the Istrian “Y” highway PPP, 29 schools projects and the new airport passenger terminal PPP in Zagreb. According to Damir Juričić, director of the Croatian PPP agency, the reasons for such sluggish dealflow were many, but mostly boiled down to […]