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  • Global structured finance publications
    finance in all the main jurisdictions around the world Structured finance Securitisation services to CLOs and CDOs Whether you are setting up your first CLO or a repeat issuer the PwC Structured Finance Group SFG can provide you with a range of services which are designed to meet your needs and ensure the transaction is established and continues to run smoothly and efficiently Structured finance Securitisation achieving tax neutrality Ensuring that the tax consequences of a securitisation transaction are known with certainty in relation to both the originator and the issuer is a vital aspect of structuring and implementing the transaction Structured finance Securitisation working with arrangers and managers The Structured Finance Group SFG at PwC is a dedicated team of structural finance specialists The Group offers a wide range of services to investment banks involved in arranging securitisation and structured finance transactions drawing on years of experience in securitisation and structural finance related areas in the US and throughout Europe Structured finance Accounting developments Fair value is the price that would be received to sell an asset or paid to transfer a liability in an orderly transaction between market participants at the measurement date an exit price Structured finance Securitisation after the credit crunch Mention securitisation and one may think of on off balance sheet manipulation Enron and Parmalat others think of investment bankers obscure language high fees and toxic asset classes in the credit crunch Structured finance Accounting developments for special purpose entities The IASB the International Accounting Standards Board issued various new standards in May 2011 two of which are of particular relevance to those involved in securitisation and structured finance Structured finance Securitisation financial reporting avoiding the common pitfalls In the UK the Special Purpose Entities SPEs through which asset backed securities ABS are issued are

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  • Banking & capital markets publications
    for their institutions and their strategies to respond Emerging trends and imperatives January 20 2014 PwC s Banking 2020 lists the key priorities and trends retail banks will need to focus on to be successful in 2020 Survey highlights December 19 2013 The objective of PwC s research behind Banking 2020 was to gauge the opinions of senior banking leaders on the possible future shape of the retail banking industry 2013 Global Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey July 03 2013 PwC s 2013 Global Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey offers insight into industry trends and strategic priorities for global wealth and asset managers Structured finance Accounting developments July 13 2012 Fair value is the price that would be received to sell an asset or paid to transfer a liability in an orderly transaction between market participants at the measurement date an exit price Structured finance Securitisation after the credit crunch June 28 2012 Mention securitisation and one may think of on off balance sheet manipulation Enron and Parmalat others think of investment bankers obscure language high fees and toxic asset classes in the credit crunch Structured finance Accounting developments for special purpose entities June 13 2012 The IASB the International Accounting Standards Board issued various new standards in May 2011 two of which are of particular relevance to those involved in securitisation and structured finance Structured finance Securitisation financial reporting avoiding the common pitfalls June 08 2012 In the UK the Special Purpose Entities SPEs through which asset backed securities ABS are issued are usually public limited companies required to file annual audited financial statements prepared under EU adopted IFRS or UK GAAP Audited financial statements are also required in locations such as Jersey Holland Ireland and Luxembourg 1 2 All Regulation Risk Strategy Banking Banana Skins 2015 December 07 2015 Banking Banana Skins sponsored by PwC and conducted by the CSFI explores what risks bankers face in the current climate and how they prioritise them RiskMinds 2015 Points of View December 04 2015 The following points of view were launched at RiskMinds 2015 and demonstrate PwC leading the debate in global FS risk issues Capital Markets Union integration of Capital Markets in the European Union September 24 2015 This report was developed in the context of the European Commission s initiative to support the development of an operational Capital Markets Union RiskMinds 2015 August 11 2015 PwC as Principal Sponsor of the RiskMinds International conference for over 20 years helps lead the debate in global financial services risk Structured finance Global structured finance group June 28 2015 The global Structured Finance Group SFG is composed of experts located around the globe including dedicated teams in London Washington DC New York and Sydney The SFG comprises of professionals with extensive knowledge of securitisation and structured finance in all the main jurisdictions around the world Structured finance Securitisation services to CLOs and CDOs June 10 2015 Whether you are setting up your first CLO or a repeat issuer the

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  • Global Transport Infrastructure Market - Outlook to 2025
    projects A positive picture of a growing market for transport infrastructure investment worldwide has many economies considering how to attract private investment And investors are evaluating which subsectors and regions have the most potential A 2015 PwC and Oxford Economics forecast takes a look at what investors need to know about which transportation subsectors and markets are expected to grow and what factors are driving growth Asia Pac Africa to lead Overall our forecasts present a positive picture of a growing market for transport infrastructure worldwide Asia Pacific remains the largest transport infrastructure market while Sub Saharan Africa will continue to be the fastest growing regional infrastructure market Rising wealth more roads Considering individual subsectors ports are predicted to grow the fastest while airport investments are expected to slow down Roads will likely remain the biggest area of investment especially for growth markets like Latin America where rising wealth is driving strong increases in car ownership and in turn a need for better roads Railways by contrast are forecast to have a relatively strong growth in those advanced economies with mature transport markets such as the UK and Spain where high speed networks are expected to undergo further development A growing number of technological innovations and cross border collaborations are also expected to drive strategic investments in different transport subsectors especially roads and railways Key to success preparation While the global financial crisis has reinforced the belief that infrastructure is a strong asset class and there is interest in investing in transportation in both mature and growth markets each provides unique opportunities and challenges A key factor to unlocking these transport investment opportunities and overcoming the challenges is better project preparation If governments and investors are going to deliver good projects and realise good socio economic and financial returns they

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  • Collaboration is key to disaster resilient infrastructure : PwC
    Foster collaboration across public and private sectors The earlier that business and government start to build relationships the more effective they will be when disaster strikes Motivate communitywide engagement Local participation from the entire community is pivotal to the entire cycle of disaster prevention preparedness response and recovery including rebuilding resilient infrastructure for a vibrant economy Coordinate across regional boundaries Disasters don t recognize jurisdictional borders resilient infrastructure often needs to cross regional boundaries to be effective Encourage resilient recovery with optimal incentives The right combination of regulation and customized incentives can stimulate a resilient recovery Build back stronger and smarter A long term plan encompassing resilient physical and digital infrastructure while leveraging technology for innovation can infuse the local economy with renewed vitality The findings in this report are relevant for cities regions and businesses the world over as they prepare to face the growing risks of natural disaster compounded by the mounting challenges of the 21st century as well as for those currently rebuilding Download the report now Read in depth interviews with top leaders from around the world Interview with Pat Foye In preparing for disasters don t fight the last war In this interview with Pat Foye learn the successes and challenges of protecting the Port Authority s infrastructure airports rail and bus transit tunnels and bridges and marine terminals that serves some 17 million people who live and work in New York and New Jersey In 2012 Superstorm Sandy inflicted some 2 billion in damages to infrastructure within the Port Authority s jurisdiction Greensburg builds back better Interview with Bob Dixson In this PwC interview with Bob Dixson learn how a Level 5 tornado led town leaders to rally local support to rebuild resilient infrastructure and why entitlement was not a part of this community s thought process that instead focused on the community buy in needed for an effective recovery Read why the town has set the specific goal of running on 100 percent renewable energy 100 percent of the time Pre disaster planning essential to post disaster resilience Interview with Dr Frederick Krimgold In this interview with Dr Frederick Krimgold of the Advanced Research Institute at Virginia Tech he talks about the less than obvious interdependent relationships of infrastructure in urban design and how competent planning regulation and coordination can greatly affect a post disaster recovery effort Interview with Emiko Okuyama Sendai hailed as role model for resilient recovery In this PwC interview Sendai Mayor Emiko Okuyama talks about the role that local government can play in disaster preparedness and recovery She also shares her point of view that private citizens together with the public and private sectors bear responsibility to increase their level of awareness for disaster preparedness Interview with Dr Juan Pablo Sarmiento Shaping urban development in emerging markets This PwC interview with Minister Akihiro explores lessons that can be learned from his country s experience Read how the farsighted decision to enforce some of the strictest quake resistant standards in

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  • Connectivity and growth: Issues and challenges for airport investment: PwC
    governance Our contribution to the debate Genesis Park Diversity and inclusion Analyst relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Connectivity and growth Issues and challenges for airport investment Download Connectivity and growth Issues and challenges for airport investment The aviation market appears to have turned a corner with demand intensifying and airline profitability returning Connectivity lies at the heart of the value provided by the aviation sector to the broader economy and is a measure of the health of an airport a city and a region New players will continue to enter the aviation infrastructure market seeking to exploit regional opportunities to expand their interests and reap the advantages that connectivity brings In this year s compendium we have updated our analyses for all key themes as well as offered two new articles one on the relationship between GDP growth and traffic growth and the other on converting emerging market growth into investment opportunities And we have maintained our focus on the most pressing issues affecting global aviation markets The aviation sector does not operate in isolation on the contrary it is inextricably linked to globalisation regional economic development tourism and national

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  • Helping your capital project to happen successfully: PwC
    and private clients Family business IFRS Legal People and organisation Sustainability climate change Tax About us Global Annual Review Our leadership team Code of conduct Corporate responsibility Network governance Our contribution to the debate Genesis Park Diversity and inclusion Analyst relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Helping your capital project to happen successfully In this short animation find out how PwC can help your capital project to happen successfully Our team can help you to manage your project from strategy through to execution and avoid becoming one of the 75 of

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  • Capital project and infrastructure spending: Outlook to 2025: PwC
    inclusion Analyst relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Global capital projects and infrastructure spending trends Outlook to 2025 data modeller Customize the data What capital project and infrastructure information interests you Get the tailored information you want Downloads Capital project and infrastructure spending Outlook to 2025 Download report Create a customised PDF of our regional country and sector findings or get the full report instantly Key findings Explore capital project and infrastructure spending trends and forecasts for economies around the world Explore now Region highlights From Asia Pacific to North America and points in between where is spending on the rise and where is it expected to drop Explore regional findings Contacts Richard Abadie Global leader Capital projects infrastructure Tel 44 0 20 7213 3225 Neil Broadhead Europe Middle East and Africa leader Capital projects infrastructure Tel 44 0 20 7804 4423 Mark Rathbone Asia Pacific leader Capital projects infrastructure Tel 65 6236 4190 Peter Raymond North and South America leader Capital projects infrastructure Tel 1 703 918 1580 Capital project and infrastructure spending Outlook to 2025 About the report Key findings Outlook to 2025 modeller Sector insights Region highlights Download

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  • Emerging markets development: PwC
    years ago according to PwC and Oxford Economics Capital Project and Infrastructure spending outlook to 2025 report While there are common drivers of infrastructure growth across emerging markets such as the need for new infrastructure and the goals of sustaining economic growth and handling rapid urbanisation the environment and challenges vary widely When pursuing opportunities infrastructure management companies engineering and construction operators private materials and financial firms need to be asking themselves Who are the right local and global infrastructure partners What are the differences in infrastructure funding structures How does bidding happen for mega projects Are there demands for green infrastructure In PwC s Emerging Markets Infrastructure Series we define infrastructure in different emerging markets and provide insights on the goals challenges risks and opportunities associated with infrastructure developments in those markets Click here to access individual reports on the countries including such growth markets as Brazil China India Indonesia Malaysia Mexico Nigeria Russia South Africa and Turkey as well as regional reports such as Asia Pacific Middle East Central and Eastern Europe and more Explore articles APEC 2016 CEO outlook Just 28 of Asia Pacific CEOs are very confident in revenue growth in 2016 What s on their minds Find out in PwC s 2016 CEO Outlook Gridlines A new Mexican mix welcomes infrastructure investors This PwC report explains why a strong economy new laws and an ambitious infrastructure investment program in Mexico spell opportunity Gridlines The opportunity and challenge of India s infrastructure The need to upgrade India s infrastructure is especially acute in its huge cities With the urban population projected to reach 500 million by 2017 experts discuss what is holding India back in this PwC emerging markets capital infrastructure report China s war on water scarcity In China government planners and foreign investors alike

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