Sponsors & Supporters

Please take some time to get to know our sponsors and supporters for Financing African Infrastructure. For more information on sponsorship for this event and for our future Financing Infrastructure Events please contact Amanda Nicholls on amanda.nicholls@partnershipsbulletin.com or +44 20 8675 8030.

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    The Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure (AIAI) is a non-profit organization formed in the District of Columbia to help shape the direction of the national Public Private Partnership marketplace.

    AIAI - the Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure serves as a national proponent to facilitate education and legislation through targeted advocacy. AIAI believes that effective and well-planned education can provide civic leaders with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about the benefits of public private partnerships: economic development, life cycle cost savings, risk transfer and accelerated project delivery. We aim to shape a better America through the success and growth of our industry through job creation and providing a platform for the exchange of innovative ideas.

    AIAI's Board is comprised of leaders of the construction and development industry. Their extensive national and international experience and industry knowledge provides AIAI with a clear direction for developing and advocating policy and legislative solutions, allowing more equitable and effective partnerships across diverse market sectors from transportation and energy to educational, health and public service institutions. 

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    The International Project Finance Association (IPFA) is an independent, not-for-profit, professional members association dedicated to promoting and representing the interests of both public and private sector organisations involved in project finance and Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) worldwide. It has, as its members, the key players within the infrastructure and energy industry including, financial institutions, project sponsors, law firms, construction companies and operators active in PPP and project finance markets globally.

    Established in 1998, the IPFA aims to raise awareness and understanding about project finance and PPPs and their crucial role in infrastructure and economic development.

    The principle objectives of the IPFA are to:

    Encourage networking and dialogue between the public and private sector.
    Provide up-to-date information on best practice, industry trends and new developments that can be immediately applied to projects.
    Successfully achieving these objectives since its inception has not only built political support for project finance and increased public awareness regarding the vital role that project finance can play in seeking more cost effective ways to provide essential economic infrastructure services; it has also created a truly integrated working relationship between the IPFA, the private sector and governments both at local level and on a global scale.

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    P3 Bulletin and Partnerships Bulletin  are magazines and websites providing in-depth updates on partnership working between the public and private sector to procure, build and manage public infrastructure. 

    Each hard-copy edition of P3 Bulletin (Americas) and Partnerships Bulletin (International) includes news, interviews with the top industry figures, in-depth market reports on partnership sectors and industry authored articles covering transport, waste, education, healthcare, housing, courts and leisure. Plus, the magazines include a Business Leads section - giving you information about projects before they are even advertised.

    Subscription to the websites also gives you unlimited access to constantly updated news stories, features and searchable Project Tracker.

    The websites and magazines are essential reading for industry professionals to help them make informed decisions and remain at the cutting edge of partnerships and infrastructure business information.