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Generating Value from Public Land When Political Winds Shift

With A&M’s assistance, Travis County, Texas was able to prepare for a complex public-private partnership at a downtown Austin site and quickly shift gears following a political mandate to create significant value for the County and its taxpayers.
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Monitoring the Performance of the Largest P3 Portfolio in the U.S.

A&M helped the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Office of Facilities, Energy, and Privatization (OSD) develop and implement the program management platform for guiding and monitoring the performance of the Federal government’s largest public-private partnership (P3) program – the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) and the privatized lodging program.
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Transforming Aging Facilities at America’s Most Storied Historically Black College

A&M is helping Howard University transform its aging facilities and remain competitive with high-caliber universities nationally, through a consolidation of academic and residential activity at Howard’s core campus and an aggressive monetization and redevelopment of edge and non-core real estate assets located outside the campus edge.
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Viable Options

The latest UK corporate governance code obliges listed companies to publish viability statements. Tom Teixeira, Managing Director of risk advisory services at Alvarez & Marsal, explains the key implications for boards.
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Cross Border Transactions

Dr. Saeeda Jaffar and James Daniell (Dubai) discuss the latest trends surrounding cross-border financial transactions in the Middle East, an environment increasingly characterized by efforts to de-risk, and the need for local and regional banks to treat compliance as a strategic priority to avoid continued loss of correspondent relationships.
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Healthcare Performance Improvement: Unlocking Value Creation Opportunities in Indian Hospitals

The private healthcare growth story in India has largely been an urban phenomenon. This has led to a healthy supply scenario or even an oversupply scenario. This dwindling demand-supply gap in urban clusters and increasing private competition is likely to impact the operational and financial performance of private players. Managing optimal performance in such a complex and dynamic competitive environment calls for a structured approach towards hospital performance management.