Tobiolo Gianella

PPP entlastet die öffentlichen Finanzen, die öffentliche Hand behält die Projekthoheit bei den wesentlichen operativen und strategischen Entscheiden.

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Public-Private Partnerships in the Health Sector

08.12.2014 - 12.12.2014
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

From December 8 to 12, 2014, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management will host an executive training course on Public–Private Partnerships in the Health Sector in collaboration with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector arm of the World Bank Group. The course is based on global practice as well as evidence on benefits and costs of PPP approaches in the healthcare sector. It covers good practice in selecting projects, structuring incentives and contracts, and managing the PPP process through tendering, financing and contract management. The course draws on the diverse expertise of all participants and will be facilitated by professors from The Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. Participants will have the opportunity to share knowledge and experience with practitioners who come from both the private and the public sector with experiences in different countries. IFC staff, along with participants from emerging economies will be able to share case experience from around the world.

The prime audience for the course is policymakers in emerging markets as well as officials from donor agencies and private companies active in the field. All participants should have significant responsibilities in the field of healthcare PPPs.

The course was first held in December 2013 and received excellent feedback from participants representing some 20 countries in Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and South Asia as well as staff of the IFC and donor agencies. .

A number of senior officials from emerging markets will be at the course as well as senior staff of the IFC. We hope you might find the course interesting for appropriate staff of your organization and would like to invite your participation in this event. The course can accommodate about 40 participants and some 15 to 20 places remain available this year. We would also appreciate it, if you could inform others in your country who might have an interest in the course.

If you register before October 1st we can offer you an early-bird discount of 10% on the course fees. For every additional employee registered from the same company, there will also be a 10% reduction available.

Please see attached draft agenda for detailed information.

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