Alternative and innovative funding options to deliver state infrastructure were discussed at the 'Exploring value sharing in Queensland' symposium in Brisbane on Monday 21 March 2016.
The symposium engaged stakeholders in a dialogue that explored the benefits of alternative and innovative funding models, including value sharing and looked at local, national and global case studies.
Download the event program ( 408 KB)
Watch the presentations
Symposium presentations were recorded and can be watched by clicking on the link below.
The following presentations are available for download:
- Value sharing: background and context ( 3.1 MB)
– Darrin Grimsey, Partner, Infrastructure Advisory, Ernst & Young
- Value Capture Roadmap ( 4.7 MB)
– Joe Langley, Technical Director, Infrastructure Advisory, AECOM
- UK City Deals and options for Queensland ( 315 KB)
– Said Hirsh, Director, KPMG
- Case studies from New South Wales and Western Australia ( 28.5 MB)
– Dr James McIntosh, Principal, LUTI Consulting
- Finance sector perspective ( 13.7 MB)
– John Pickhaver, Executive Director and Co-head Infrastructure, Utilities and Renewables, ANZ, Macquarie Capital
- Super fund perspective ( 1.6 MB)
– Zak May, Director of Policy, Industry Super Australia
- Outcomes of Ernst & Young research paper for Queensland ( 2.8 MB)
– Darrin Grimsey, Partner, and Mark White, Partner, Infrastructure Advisory, Ernst & Young
To help inform discussion at the symposium, Ernst & Young was commissioned to undertake research which provides an overview of value sharing as well as the complexity of funding and financing and overall governance systems. The research also addresses value sharing mechanisms used nationally and internationally.
Download the research paper ( 505 KB)