The Office of Public–Private Partnership (OPPP)
ADB is helping developing member countries secure greater private investment and develop bankable public–private partnership projects.
The Office of Public–Private Partnership (OPPP) was established to enhance the role of ADB in supporting and enabling governments of its developing members to secure greater private investment and generate economic growth in the region. OPPP provides transaction advisory services to developing member clients in order to develop bankable PPP projects. It also coordinates and supports PPP-related activities in ADB.
- Mission and Key Responsibilities
- Transaction Advisory Services
- Key Objectives
- Asia Pacific Project Preparation Facility (AP3F)
- Public–Private Partnership Operational Plan 2012–2020
- What’s new with OPPP?