London Underground Public-Private Partnership (PPP)

  • 03 May 2002
EuroWeek understands that the commercial close of the London Underground Public-Private Partnership (PPP) should be reached next week. Once this hurdle is reached, the bankers' work will begin in earnest with syndication starting soon after. However, the lead banks have already been sounding out the market and have sub-underwriters more ...

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