But while PPP has been placed at the heart of the region’s economic agenda, many challenges exist to bring the model into the mainstream of public services.

Join MEED’s Editorial Director Richard Thompson, Debbie Barbour, partner, finance and projects at DLA Piper, Chris Seymour, development director, Middle East and South Asia at Mott MacDonald, and Richard Kupisz, CEO of Maxwell Stamp Saudi Arabia for an exclusive analysis of the PPP model and the projects pipelines in the region.

Click on the links below to watch specific periods of this video:

PPP outlook from Richard Kupisz, CEO of Maxwell Stamp Saudi Arabia

Outlook for PPPs in Saudi Arabia

Debbie Barbour, partner at DLA Piper, on the need for legislation to deliver PPPs

PPP outlook from Christopher Seymour, development director at Mott MacDonald

Defining PPPs

PPP project pipelines across the region 

Saudi Arabia’s PPP projects pipeline

Kuwait’s PPP projects pipeline

Status of PPP projects; significant opportunities are coming up

Bottleneck in projects pipeline in Saudi Arabia

What is Saudi Arabia’s National Centre of Privatisation looking to achieve?

Importance of political will for PPPs

The changing legal frameworks for PPPs

Saudi-Bahrain causeway projects; what happens when two countries get involved in a PPP 

PPPs in Egypt

PPPs by sector 

What you should know to deliver a PPP in the region

Will the PPP projects pipeline convert into active projects?