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Promoting Partnerships between Public and Private EPEC PRIVATE SECTOR FORUM. Jean-Claude Banon Chairman of BUSINESSEUROPE’s Services of General Economic Interest Working Group. Jean-Claude Banon. Brussels, 13 December 2010. STRUCTURAL CHALLENGES FACING EUROPE.

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Promoting Partnerships between Public and Private

EPEC PRIVATE SECTOR FORUM

Jean-Claude Banon

Chairman of BUSINESSEUROPE’s

Services of General Economic Interest

Working Group

Jean-Claude Banon

Brussels, 13 December 2010


Structural challenges facing europe
STRUCTURAL CHALLENGES FACING EUROPE

  • HIGH EXPECTATIONS REGARDING PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES

  • ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE AND ENERGY CHALLENGES

  • DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIAL CHALLENGES

  • POST CRISIS REQUIREMENT FOR ACCRUED BUDGETARY DISCIPLINE

    PARTNERSHIP APPROACHES WILL HELP FOCUS ON THE BEST INTEREST OF CITIZENS


A public private alliance

PARTNERSHIPS HELP DRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE IN PUBLIC SERVICES MANAGEMENT AND IN THE PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE :

INNOVATION AND CHOICE

BETTER VALUE FOR MONEY

OUTPUT DRIVEN SOLUTIONS

ENFORCEABLE PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

ENVIRONMENTALLY AND SOCIALLY RESPONSIVE PROJECTS

NEW SOURCES OF FINANCING

BUT MANY OBSTACLES TO PPPs…

THAT CAN BE OVERCOME AT EU LEVEL

A PUBLIC PRIVATE ALLIANCE


What is missing
WHAT IS MISSING? MANAGEMENT AND IN THE PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE :

  • AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE BENEFITS BY POLICY MAKERS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

  • A GLOBAL FOCUS ON THE CITIZEN

    • AS A USER OF SERVICES

    • A BENEFECIARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

    • A TAX PAYER

  • A GLOBAL VISION APPLIED ACROSS MANY SECTORS OF EU POLICY

    • INTERNAL MARKET, COMPETITION, ECONOMIC & FINANCIAL AFFAIRS,

    • ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY, TRANSPORT,

    • REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT, RESEARCH

      QUICK IMPROVEMENTS CAN BE MADE IN THREE AREAS OF ACTION


Areas of action
AREAS OF ACTION MANAGEMENT AND IN THE PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE :

  • INSURING A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES AND INFRASTRUCTURE

  • REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND STRUCTURAL FUNDING

    • Procedures

    • Mobilising existing tools

    • Beyond 2013:

      • Leveraging public funding

      • Systemic innovation and integrated development

      • Regulation of structural funds

  • SGEI

    • State Aid

    • “A framework of quality”:

      • Managing performance

      • Transparency

      • The citizens' interest

  • LEVEL PLAYING FIELD AT NATIONAL LEVEL

    • Taking the economic view


Areas of action1
AREAS OF ACTION MANAGEMENT AND IN THE PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE :

  • A TRANSPARENT FRAMEWORK FOR PARTNERSHIP

  • PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: objectives of EU 2020 Strategy

  • THE IN-HOUSE EXCEPTION

    • The Teckal criteria

    • Public-public cooperation

  • COMMUNICATION / PROMOTION

  • BETTER STATISTICS

  • CAPACITY BUILDING


Areas of action2
AREAS OF ACTION MANAGEMENT AND IN THE PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE :

  • PRIVATE FINANCING OF PUBLIC SERVICES AND INFRASTRUCTURE

    THE OVERALL GOAL IS TO STRUCTURE A FINANCIAL MARKET

    TO CHANNEL FUNDING INTO INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

    • Recognition of players – Understanding risk and reward profiles

    • Accounting principles for private players – EUROSTAT principles and public accounting

    • Tax treatment of infrastructure investment

    • Developing insurance instruments

    • Combining public and private funding

    • Handling smaller projects


Following the ppp communication an action plan

THE PRIVATE SECTOR, THE COMMISSION AND EPEC SHOULD WORK TOGETHER TO DEVELOP PARTNERSHIPS IN EUROPE

BUSINESSEUROPE CALLS FOR SWIFT, DETERMINED AND INTEGRATED ACTION TO FOLLOW UP ON THE 2009 COMMUNICATION ON DEVELOPING PPPs

IN PARTICULAR, WE RECOMMEND:

TO ESTABLISH ACTION PLAN AND TIMETABLE

TO FEED OUR ANALYSIS OF OBSTACLES AND REMEDIES TO EPEC AND THE COMMISSION

TO REACT TO SUGGESTIONS BY EPEC OR THE COMMISSION

TO GET TOGETHER REGULARLY TO REVIEW PROGRESS AND DISCUSS SPECIFIC ISSUES

FOLLOWING THE PPP COMMUNICATIONAN ACTION PLAN


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