From airport and port redevelopment to waste management and utility resources, infrastructure is one of the great global challenges of the 21st century. Throughout the world, infrastructure is critical to underpin economic development, stimulate jobs and increase competitiveness in a background of falling Government revenues and increasing costs. An estimated US$40 trillion of investment will be needed by 2030 to sustain global growth. All of this is driving a search for alternative funding sources and better ways to deliver essential large capital projects.
How can we help?
Infrastructure projects are complex and KPMG member firms have, and will continue to, invest heavily in high-caliber infrastructure resources to assist our clients with infrastructure development. Our Global Infrastructure practitioners, on-site in Jamaica and around the world, advise governments, developers, and investors across the life cycle of projects—from strategy and financing to delivery and hand-back.
We offer a broad range of services throughout the life of infrastructure assets and programs – from strategy, to execution, to end-of-life or hand-back. Services may include specialist advisory, tax, audit, accounting and compliance-related assistance. KPMG is an objective advisor, free from any conflicting incentives related to particular financing products or a potential role in underwriting or arranging project financing, meaning our clients always receive value-added, unbiased advice.