PPP Philosophy

The PPP ( Public and Private Partnership ) Philosophy

In its most basic sense, a partnership in any business or institutional association within which joint activity takes place. A PPP exists from the moment when one or more public organizations agree to act in concert with one or more private organizations. PPPs embrace public-sector partnerships with both businesses and organizations in civil society, including community organizations, voluntary organizations, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).

The partnership involved in a PPP is not equivalent to any simple contractual relation. Although such relations are sometimes labelled “partnerships” by the parties concerned, they do not by themselves constitute a genuine PPP, which implies a triadic relationship between the public authority, the private-sector partner, and members of the public concerned with the service.

A PPP is—or should be—a mutually beneficial agreement directed toward serving a Business or a social purpose. But it is also true that a multiplicity of agreements or contracts, more or less formal in nature and sometimes very informal, may give rise to a genuine partnership. The most-institutionalized forms of partnership may evolve into formalized permanent structures. 

And that’s where the participation of Global Platform like Euro India Consulting comes into action. Euro India plays a pivotal role in relationship building for entities participating from different domains, culture and society and geographical locations for a cause and a purpose.

In practice, PPPs tend to change over time, because it is in the nature of a partnership to develop and to adapt to the special circumstances of its particular field of operation. In the later regard, political cultures and traditions have considerable impact so to create the process easy and having working and culture experience from different world , Euro India Consulting takes care of participation entities , sustaining mutual interest with trust and managing legalities involved for all the entities with the help of lawyers , chartered accountants , and if necessary the government.

To bring the existing scenarios of such partnerships from the developed world here it is possible to distinguish between substitutive and collaborative forms of partnership. Under substitutive partnership, the private partner replaces the public agency more or less completely, as has happened in the French system of outsourcing public services. Under collaborative partnership, typical of German organizations, each private partner has a specific function, which is determined by the particular profession with which the partner is associated.

In the past decade, India for example has also outsourced its electricity generation and Bill collection and maintenance to the private entities.

Also to put forward advanced scenarios in India from Smart City and Smart Village, State Government has directly involved right from its concept to evolution and development, the smart digital city concept is being outsourced to private companies.

The India’s and Asia’s biggest upcoming airport project in Jewar ( Noida ) is a part of Public and Private partnership demonstration  where the  Zurich Airport International AG (concessionaire) from Switzerland has emerged as the winning bidder for developing the aerodrome.

The airport will be developed by Yamuna International Airport Pvt Ltd (YIAPL) India, in which Zurich Airport International AG has 100 per cent shareholding.

Euro India Consulting creates the memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the concessionaire and the government for reserved services and is legally enhanced and helped by Euro India when a foreign investor wants to participate in any small , midsize any scale project from the government of India.

PPPs have been widely adopted indeed, in many developed countries (e.g., the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, and the Netherlands), and their use has been mandated through legislation. In France, for example, the PPP concept is of quite long standing, and, since the 1980s.

PPPs have been implemented in almost all areas of public policy. Concerning the international level and developing countries, partnerships between international donors and nongovernment development organizations (NGDOs) have also increased in scope and significance.

The World Bank has sought to cooperate with NGDOs as partners, and several reports and evaluations have called for improvements in World Bank procedures regarding partnerships with NGDOs.

Euro India consulting PPP delivery model.

The application of PPP as a project delivery method has been expanding globally. Euro India has been at the forefront of PPP planning, procurement advisory, asset management, and its evolution from pure privatization to more complex partnerships.

PPP Planning Support

The public sector has turned to PPP to achieve a range of objectives, for example the simple transfer of commercial risk with a toll road. As an expert in the design, technology finance, we are uniquely placed to advise the public sector or their private partners on strategies to achieve their respective objectives throughout the life of a PPP project.

In the early planning stages of a project, we advise on feasibility, delivery options, risk analysis, and value for money, utilizing core engineering and commercial knowledge gained from successful delivery and operation of a broad range of PPP projects.

PPP Procurement Advisory

Preparing for PPP procurement, especially in a new jurisdiction or industry sector, can be daunting. Our associates include a blend of former public sector professionals who understand this process from personal experience and former PPP developers or financiers who understand the perspective of bidders. We advise on practical aspects of the legal or regulatory issues, as well as pre-developing a PPP project to improve feasibility, and modifying the planning approach to accommodate a PPP procurement.

During the procurement process, we offer our extensive experience which includes both technical and commercial advisor for the public sector and advisor to the private sector. In the latter, we have assisted in bid development, served as lenders’ technical advisor, and as independent certifier independent engineer.

Our public sector technical and commercial advisory experience includes:

Development of the project scope

Development the payment mechanism

Preparation of the output specification/ performance requirements

Negotiating the deal and executing the PPP contract

Monitoring operation

As markets have matured, the secondary sale of equity in PPP projects has become more commonplace, with developers seeking to recycle scarce equity capital, and financial investors seeking stable index-linked assets. With Euro India Consulting’s  broad knowledge of the primary PPP market Euro India can provide Investor, the  Advisory services to buyers or sellers seeking to maximize value with acceptable risk.

PPP Asset Management

Our technical and commercial expertise of PPP models allows us to offer, as part of our asset management services, the management or support of operational special purpose vehicles (SPVs) in a number of jurisdictions. Our hands-on experience of PPP projects means that we have developed a database of projects from which we are able to conduct market benchmarking.

We have developed facilities management strategies and whole life cost models using our extensive knowledge of the concession and lenders agreements that govern PPPs.