Sponsors

Please take some time to get to know our sponsors and supporters. If you’re interested in becoming an event partner, please contact Kirsty Wilson on kirsty.wilson@partnershipsbulletin.com

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    Arthur Cox is one of Ireland’s leading law firms and is acknowledged as having one of the country’s leading Public Procurement Law practices. An international firm encompassing all aspects of corporate and business
    law, the firm has 350 lawyers and a total staff of almost 700 in offices in Dublin, Belfast, London, New York and Silicon Valley. Our team has extensive knowledge and experience of advising public and private sector clients, operating across a range of sectors, on all aspects of procurement law.

    The firm provides a comprehensive service to a diverse international and domestic client base. Clients include multinational organisations, banks and financial institutions, government departments, State entities and new players in emerging industry sectors. Arthur Cox was named Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2017 at the IFLR Europe Awards, Best Firm in Ireland 2016 & 2017 at the Europe Women in Business Law Awards and Best National Firm for Women in Business Law 2016 & 2017 at the Europe Women in Business Law Awards. The firm was also named Best National Firm Mentoring Programme 2016 & 2017 at the Europe Women in Business Law Awards, Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2016 at the International Financial Law Review (IFLR) Europe Awards and Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2016 in Who’s Who Legal.

    For further information about the firm, please visit www.arthurcox.com.

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    Since our inception nearly 40 years ago, BTY has grown into a global organisation that specialises in supporting developers and owners plan, build and maintain major property and infrastructure projects around the world.

    Our dedicated teams combine international expertise with deep local roots to manage every aspect of planning, design, construction and operation through all stages of the project development cycle. With a focus on risk identification and mitigation, our professionals are construction and project finance experts who are leaders in their markets and trusted advisors to our clients.

    Well-positioned in established European and North American markets, as well as the fast growing economies in the MENA region, we are renowned for our ability to work across borders to provide project management, cost and risk management, and technical due diligence for both traditional and PPP projects in all market sectors.

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    KPMG’s Corporate Finance team is the number one provider of project finance advisory services in Ireland.

    Through our work for the National Roads Authority on the First and Second Roads Programme, we helped design the procurement approach, the standard documents, and the evaluation and approvals process.

    We have experience across a range of Public Private Partnerships in Ireland from transport to health to accommodation on both the public and private side. We advised on the recently close N17 and N11 PPP projects and are currently advising on the N25, M11, Grangegorman, Courts and Primary Care projects.

    We provide extensive financing expertise through our work on closed and current projects and are up to date on what is needed to deliver funding in the Irish market. In addition, KPMG has extensive experience in the delivery of ground breaking feasibility studies, business plans and economic appraisals, that provide clients with the highest degree of clarity and confidence, to allow them to proceed with their capital ventures.

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    The International Project Finance Association (IPFA) is an independent, not-for-profit, professional members’ association dedicated to providing up-to-date information on best practice, industry trends and new developments in infrastructure and energy. IPFA operates globally across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Russia & the CIS and Turkey giving members access to an international network of over 600 public and private sector organisations.

    We host a continuous programme of over 100 industry events which are free for members to attend and offer a unique opportunity to network with senior, decision making professionals, across the industry. We hold Future Leaders Network (FLN) events that are specifically targeted at members in junior positions. Other benefits include taking advantage of discounted training courses, facilitated introductions, access to webinars and a wide range of industry documents and publications.

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    Partnerships Bulletin and P3 Bulletin provide intelligence to leaders in the public and private sectors that form partnerships to design, build, finance, operate and maintain public infrastructure. Through our editorial coverage, database and market-leading events we provide platforms to learn about the projects, partners and policies that will shape the transport, social and utility infrastructure sectors.