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James joined KPMG in May 2011 as Chairman of KPMG’s Global Infrastructure practice. Since joining the firm, James has visited over 45 countries to discuss their infrastructure investment plans and major projects.

Prior to joining KPMG, James was based in the Treasury as the CEO at Infrastructure UK (IUK). James’ role at IUK included advising Ministers on policy issues relating to the infrastructure sector and the private finance initiative (PFI) and public-private partnership (PPP) market, managing senior stakeholder engagements with the public sector, publication of a UK Infrastructure Strategy on budget day in March 2010, publication of the National Infrastructure Plan, launched by the Prime Minister at the CBI Conference in October 2010 and publication of the Infrastructure Cost Review in December 2010.

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James joined KPMG in May 2011 as Chairman of KPMG’s Global Infrastructure practice. Since joining the firm, James has visited over 45 countries to discuss their infrastructure investment plans and major projects.

Prior to joining KPMG, James was based in the Treasury as the CEO at Infrastructure UK (IUK). James’ role at IUK included advising Ministers on policy issues relating to the infrastructure sector and the private finance initiative (PFI) and public-private partnership (PPP) market, managing senior stakeholder engagements with the public sector, publication of a UK Infrastructure Strategy on budget day in March 2010, publication of the National Infrastructure Plan, launched by the Prime Minister at the CBI Conference in October 2010 and publication of the Infrastructure Cost Review in December 2010.

The ISS database delivers vital insights about existing infrastructure assets, helping governments, companies and investors plan for the needs of any given country.

This powerful negotiating and risk-management tool analyzes over 17,000 projects to help owners understand what projects should cost and where their schedules typically go adrift.

IPAT helps companies prioritize their spending decisions and shape their growth strategies by tracking key characteristics of more than 120,000 projects worldwide.

Australia faces many challenges including a growing and ageing population, the effects of climate change and weak productivity growth. At the same time the pace of technological change is disrupting traditional industries while unlocking new ways of working, delivering services and connecting with others.

In this time of change, the continued prosperity of our cities, regions and communities will depend in large part on rethinking our approaches to infrastructure to meet our future needs.

There is no single right answer, but by designing for disruption and taking a more holistic approach to the planning, funding and management of our infrastructure, we can shape a better future for Australia.

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James joined KPMG in May 2011 as Chairman of KPMG’s Global Infrastructure practice. Since joining the firm, James has visited over 45 countries to discuss their infrastructure investment plans and major projects.

Prior to joining KPMG, James was based in the Treasury as the CEO at Infrastructure UK (IUK). James’ role at IUK included advising Ministers on policy issues relating to the infrastructure sector and the private finance initiative (PFI) and public-private partnership (PPP) market, managing senior stakeholder engagements with the public sector, publication of a UK Infrastructure Strategy on budget day in March 2010, publication of the National Infrastructure Plan, launched by the Prime Minister at the CBI Conference in October 2010 and publication of the Infrastructure Cost Review in December 2010.

The ISS database delivers vital insights about existing infrastructure assets, helping governments, companies and investors plan for the needs of any given country.

This powerful negotiating and risk-management tool analyzes over 17,000 projects to help owners understand what projects should cost and where their schedules typically go adrift.

IPAT helps companies prioritize their spending decisions and shape their growth strategies by tracking key characteristics of more than 120,000 projects worldwide.

Australia faces many challenges including a growing and ageing population, the effects of climate change and weak productivity growth. At the same time the pace of technological change is disrupting traditional industries while unlocking new ways of working, delivering services and connecting with others.

In this time of change, the continued prosperity of our cities, regions and communities will depend in large part on rethinking our approaches to infrastructure to meet our future needs.

There is no single right answer, but by designing for disruption and taking a more holistic approach to the planning, funding and management of our infrastructure, we can shape a better future for Australia.

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James joined KPMG in May 2011 as Chairman of KPMG’s Global Infrastructure practice. Since joining the firm, James has visited over 45 countries to discuss their infrastructure investment plans and major projects.

Prior to joining KPMG, James was based in the Treasury as the CEO at Infrastructure UK (IUK). James’ role at IUK included advising Ministers on policy issues relating to the infrastructure sector and the private finance initiative (PFI) and public-private partnership (PPP) market, managing senior stakeholder engagements with the public sector, publication of a UK Infrastructure Strategy on budget day in March 2010, publication of the National Infrastructure Plan, launched by the Prime Minister at the CBI Conference in October 2010 and publication of the Infrastructure Cost Review in December 2010.

The ISS database delivers vital insights about existing infrastructure assets, helping governments, companies and investors plan for the needs of any given country.

This powerful negotiating and risk-management tool analyzes over 17,000 projects to help owners understand what projects should cost and where their schedules typically go adrift.

IPAT helps companies prioritize their spending decisions and shape their growth strategies by tracking key characteristics of more than 120,000 projects worldwide.



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