Infrastructure is transforming. Presenting Australia with the challenge to revitalise and stay competitive, and the opportunity to build jobs and fuel prosperity.
Infrastructure funding is evolving and will continue to do so. The global trend for governments to seek private-sector involvement in projects rather than go it alone is set to grow, as will participation by funds dedicated to specific kinds of infrastructure – water, for example. And high-growth economies such as Russia, Brazil, China and India may continue to consume an increasing share of world investment capital.
The key to raising enough investment for tomorrow’s essential infrastructure will rest in finding the optimum balance between public and private investment.
At PwC, we are committed to improving Australia’s productive capacity and prosperity through efficient infrastructure delivery. We are at the interface between the public and private sectors, raising funding for infrastructure projects, procuring private sector partners for our public sector clients or helping clients manage a successful transaction.
We deliver solutions that help our clients to build new roads, upgrade housing, build schools, modernise hospitals, improve rail services, and regenerate communities. With an extensive local and global track record providing innovative advice on a wide range of transactions, our experience enables us to deliver the integrated strategies and services our clients require.
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