It’s the first IP3 capacity building program ever offered in Spanish, English, and French, seeking to develop the Canary Islands as a hub for training government officials.
The program, aimed to strengthen the ECOWAS infrastructure plan, with projects in transport, airports, energy, and telecommunications is worth $300 million per year.
IP3 is expanding its consulting services in Latin America with a focus on covering the cycle of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). These new initiatives are comprised by support for the development of institutional and regulatory frameworks, project structuring, procurement and bidding strategy design, supervision of PPP contracts, and transactions.
Jennifer brings with her an intimate knowledge of PPPs in the United States and Canada, innovative financing programs of the US federal government, and an understanding of political decision making, international project finance, economic and strategic planning, and business negotiations and communications.
The two organizations will now work to foster joint capacity building programs in Mexico and Latin America on public-private partnerships.