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Investment, growth and PFI

Speakers:
Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MBE MP, Chair, Public Accounts Committee Gillian Fawcett, Head of Public Sector, ACCA Professor George Irvin, SOAS Ian Mulheirn, Director, SMF
Chair: Nick Timmins, Public Policy Editor, Financial Times
Significant question marks are being raised about the benefits of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI), including its value for money to the taxpayer. In a context when private capital markets have become more risk-averse and capital costs for investment have risen, this events explores how new models of financing could evolve in the years ahead. Could  the Government start to use its privileged borrowing position to provide cheaper finance for infrastructure? Speakers:
Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MBE MP, Chair, Public Accounts Committee Gillian Fawcett, Head of Public Sector, ACCA Professor George Irvin, SOAS Ian Mulheirn, Director, SMF
Chair: Nick Timmins, Public Policy Editor, Financial Times
Significant question marks are being raised about the benefits of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI), including its value for money to the taxpayer. In a context when private capital markets have become more risk-averse and capital costs for investment have risen, this events explores how new models of financing could evolve in the years ahead. Could  the Government start to use its privileged borrowing position to provide cheaper finance for infrastructure? Speakers:
Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MBE MP, Chair, Public Accounts Committee Gillian Fawcett, Head of Public Sector, ACCA Professor George Irvin, SOAS Ian Mulheirn, Director, SMF
Chair: Nick Timmins, Public Policy Editor, Financial Times
Significant question marks are being raised about the benefits of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI), including its value for money to the taxpayer. In a context when private capital markets have become more risk-averse and capital costs for investment have risen, this events explores how new models of financing could evolve in the years ahead. Could  the Government start to use its privileged borrowing position to provide cheaper finance for infrastructure? Speakers:
Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MBE MP, Chair, Public Accounts Committee Gillian Fawcett, Head of Public Sector, ACCA Professor George Irvin, SOAS Ian Mulheirn, Director, SMF
Chair: Nick Timmins, Public Policy Editor, Financial Times
Significant question marks are being raised about the benefits of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI), including its value for money to the taxpayer. In a context when private capital markets have become more risk-averse and capital costs for investment have risen, this events explores how new models of financing could evolve in the years ahead. Could  the Government start to use its privileged borrowing position to provide cheaper finance for infrastructure?

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