Public private partnership projects include reflection and knowledge in the field of project financing. Knowledge in the field of economy is essential in public private partnerships.
Financial institutions follow a complex and large capital projects such as PPP/PFI infrastructure projects which they deliver specific public services.
The prerequisite for this is multidisciplinary knowledge, because the goal is to achieve a better balance of quality public services in relation to the price paid to cover the costs of maintaining public buildings, and the availability of the facilities.
Private partner takes over the financing of the project, therefore, the financial and operational risks, and the risks of construction, whereas the public sector takes on political risks.
Optimal risk sharing affects the favorable relationship between quality and cost of public services and the project in general.
Theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of risk transfer is necessary for the successful implementation of better relationship and quality of public services in relation to the price all pay to cover the costs of maintaining public buildings and the availability of facilities.
Theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of adequate risk transfer is necessary for the successful implementation of PPP/PFI projects.