Uzbekistan has made a promising start integrating PPPs into its infrastructure development agenda. Bold policies and efficient project delivery are needed to take the country’s ambitious program to the next level.
Pratish Haladay is a founding member of ADB’s PPP transaction advisory business since 2014. Jointly with ADB’s Resident Mission in Uzbekistan, he leads ADB’s PPP strategy in the country, developing and implementing a comprehensive solution linking policy improvements and advice with transaction level support across several sectors. He also led and closed PPP projects in Bangladesh, Philippines, and other countries in a variety of sectors. Mr. Halady previously led ADB’s corporate recovery unit, focusing on restructuring and distressed debt recovery for ADB’s non-sovereign loans, and prior to that was a manager with Macquarie Capital in New York where he worked on investment banking and principal investing in the telecom and energy services sectors. Mr. Halady holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and a Masters and Bachelors in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
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Узбекистан дал многообещающий старт интеграции ГЧП в свою программу развития инфраструктуры. Чтобы вывести амбициозную программу страны на новый уровень, необходимы решительная политика и эффективная реализация проектов.
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