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Assessment of the Viability of PPPs and Sub-national Lending in Ghana

ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ADVISORY SERVICES AFFORDABILITY APPROVAL PROCESS ARBITRATION ARREARS AUDITS BANK ACCOUNTS BANK GUARANTEES BANK LENDERS BANKING INSTITUTIONS BANKING SECTOR BANKING SERVICES BANKING SYSTEM BID BIDS BONDS BORROWING BORROWING CAPACITY BUDGETING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL ADEQUACY CAPITAL MARKETS CAPITAL REQUIREMENT CASH FLOW COLLATERAL COMMERCIAL LAW COMMERCIAL LOANS CONSULTING SERVICES CORPORATE INVESTMENT CREDIT BUREAUS CREDIT ENHANCEMENT CREDIT INFORMATION CREDIT RATINGS CREDIT RISK CREDITOR CREDITOR RIGHTS CREDITWORTHINESS DEBT DEBT INVESTMENTS DEBTORS DECENTRALIZATION DEMAND FOR CREDIT DEPOSIT DEPOSIT MOBILIZATION DEPOSITS DEVELOPMENT BANK DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION DEVOLUTION DISBURSEMENT DISBURSEMENTS DOMESTIC ARREARS DOMESTIC DEBT DUE DILIGENCE ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EMPLOYMENT ENTREPRENEUR EQUITY PARTICIPATION ESCROW EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE EXPLOITATION EXPORT GROWTH FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MARKETS FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS FINANCIAL REFORMS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL STABILITY FINANCIAL STRUCTURE FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS FISCAL POLICY FIXED ANNUITIES FIXED RATE FOREIGN BANK FOREIGN BANKS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTORS FOREIGN LOAN FOREIGN LOANS GOVERNMENT BONDS GOVERNMENT DEBT GOVERNMENT POLICY GOVERNMENT REVENUES HOUSING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES IMMOVABLE PROPERTY IMPLICIT GOVERNMENT GUARANTEES INFLATION INFLATION RATES INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS INSTALLMENTS INSTRUMENT INTEREST INCOME INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATES INTERNATIONAL FINANCE INTERNATIONAL MARKETS INVENTORY INVESTMENT BANKING INVESTMENT FINANCE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES INVESTMENT PLAN INVESTMENT POLICY INVESTMENT PROJECTS INVESTMENT PROPOSALS ISSUANCE LACK OF CREDIT LAND DEVELOPMENT LEGAL AUTHORITY LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL OBLIGATION LEGISLATION LINES OF CREDIT LOAN LOAN AGREEMENTS LOAN PORTFOLIO LOAN REPAYMENT LOCAL CURRENCY LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOCAL LENDER LOCAL MARKET MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MANDATES MARKET SHARE MDAS METROPOLITAN AREAS MICROFINANCE MIGRATION MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT MORTGAGE MORTGAGE LOANS MORTGAGE MARKET MORTGAGES NATIONAL INVESTMENT NATIONAL SECURITY NON PERFORMING LOANS OPERATIONAL COSTS OPERATIONAL REVENUES OVERDRAFT OVERDRAFT FACILITIES OVERDRAFTS PARTIAL GUARANTEES PAYMENT SYSTEMS PENSION PENSION FUND PORTFOLIO POTENTIAL INVESTORS PRIVATE BANKING PRIVATE BANKS PRIVATE COMMERCIAL BANKS PRIVATE INVESTOR PRIVATE INVESTORS PRIVATE LENDING PRIVATE PARTIES PRIVATE PARTY PRIVATIZATION PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC ASSETS PUBLIC DEBT PUBLIC FUNDS PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SERVICE PROVISION PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS REAL ESTATE REGISTRATION SYSTEMS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REMITTANCES REPAYMENT RESERVE RESERVE REQUIREMENTS RETAIL BANKING REVOLVING FUND RISK MANAGEMENT RISK PROFILE RISK SHARING RISK TAKING SETTLEMENT SETTLEMENT STRUCTURES SHAREHOLDER SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY SOCIAL SERVICES SOVEREIGN DEBT SOVEREIGN GUARANTEE SOVEREIGN GUARANTEES SOVEREIGN LENDING SOVEREIGN LIABILITIES STATE PROPERTY SUB-NATIONAL ENTITIES SUBSIDIARIES SUBSIDIARY TAX TAX COLLECTION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRANSACTION TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE TREASURY TRUST FUND TRUSTEE URBANIZATION USER CHARGES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Ghana
2017-06-02T20:15:40Z | 2017-06-02T20:15:40Z | 2012-03

In 2011 the Ghanaian government issued a policy establishing Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) for the purpose of implementing infrastructure projects and improving the capacity of services provision. A World Bank Mission visited Ghana early in 2012 to assess the legal and practical feasibility of participation in PPPs at the sub-national level of the Government and the possibility that private commercial banks can provide non-sovereign financing to such PPPs. This report will present a summary of the available information on local governments and financial markets in Ghana, and identify potential infrastructure investments that could later be supported directly or indirectly by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) sub-national window, such as with bank guarantees, non sovereign loans, equity or other means. This report also discusses the legal framework for financial operations of SOEs.

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