About Pratish HaladyMr. Halady focuses on PPP transaction advisory services at ADB and brings over 10 years of experience in investment banking, management consulting, and operations in the infrastructure and communications sectors. Before his current role, he conducted risk and bankability analysis for project finance transactions across Asia at ADB's Office of Risk Management, and led ADB's corporate recovery unit which focuses on restructuring and workouts of infrastructure loans. Prior to joining ADB, Mr. Halady was a manager at Macquarie Capital in New York, advising clients on PPPs, debt and equity financing, M&A, and restructuring.
By Pratish Halady. Posted May 1, 2015
Discussions I’ve had around public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Asia have typically focused on India and the PRC because of their strong deal volumes. Having listened to and interacted with agencies in several ASEAN countries, I believe ASEAN is at an inflection point that could soon make it the bustling PPP market ADB has long been working toward.
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