As stated by the ADB, the regional transaction TA facility will support the development of bankable ongoing and prospective projects to be implemented through Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in developing member countries (DMCs) in south, central and west Asia across different sectors. These projects will: (a) take the form of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP), and (b) advance private sector participation and market development in the subject DMCs. The TA facility will enable OPPP to provide transaction advisory services (TAS) and to engage technical, legal, financial and other subject matter experts in support of TAS as needed.
The provision of ADB transaction advisory service in the DMCs mentioned above is expected to catalyze private sector capital in the provision of infrastructure assets and services, thereby helping DMCs enhance enabling environments for private sector-led growth. Under Strategy 2030, ADB will expand its support for PPPs by providing transaction advisory services and assisting in project preparation, structuring, and monitoring for successful commercial and financial closure. ADB will scale up its transaction advisory services to help its public sector clients structure PPPs and develop robust and bankable project pipelines. The above projects are also aligned with sectoral priorities of each of the DMC's Country Partnership Strategies (CPS).
ADB Team Leader:
Shinya Kondo - Senior Planning and Policy Specialist, Unit for Nonsovereign Operations, Strategy, Policy, and Partnerships Department
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