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This timely conference will focus on how the criminal justice sector has been developed using PPP/PFI, using a selection of case studies from across the world. The overall aim of the event is to educate individuals attending on how to use PPP/PFI to deliver services and estates within the criminal justice sector and to discover potential funding methods and structures that can be adopted.

This event has CPD points - authorised by The Law Society

Speakers at the event include:

Richard Payne, Director - Head of Consulting, Currie & Brown
David Finlay, Head of PFI Development, National Audit Office
Dr Mark Simpson, Audit Principal, National Audit Office
Stephen Brown, Chief Executive, Global Solutions Ltd (GSL), Board Member, CBI
Herb Nahapiet, Chief Executive, UKDS and Sodexho Worldwide Correctional Services
Axel Guehl, Head of Department for Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
Tim Cave, Director, Major Projects Delivery Services, Department of Justice, Victoria, Australia
Henri Vichard, Deputy Managing Director, Ministry of Justice, France
Brigette Ann Baillie, Partner, Webber Wentzel Bowens
Alastair Watson, Senior Manager, Project Finance, Grant Thornton UK LLP
Darren Crocker, Director, Gleeds
Sebastien Clerk, Director, CDC Ixis
Keith Young, Director of Architecture, McBains Cooper

Conference programme

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Richard Payne

Richard Payne, Director, Head of Consulting, Currie & Brown

9:10 THE CHALLENGE OF MANAGING RELATIONSHIPS AND DEALING WITH CHANGE

David Finlay

David Finlay, Head of PFI Development, National Audit Office

9:30 THE OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF PRISONS

Mark Simpson

Mark Simpson, Audit Principal, National Audit Office

  • Introduction
  • PFI prisons against their contract
  • PFI prisons against their comparators
  • Wider benefits of having prisons in the public sector estate
  • What could the international markets adapt from the UK experience?
  • 10:10 Morning Coffee

    10:30 Driving Competition In The Prison Service

    Stephen Brown

    Stephen Brown, Chief Executive, Global Soultions Limited, CBI

  • Current environment for competition in the Prison Service
  • The potential of contestability
  • Realising the benefits of competition in the criminal justice sector
  • 11:00 CASE STUDIES - THE SPONSOR'S VIEW

    Herb Nahapiet

    Herb Nahapiet, Managing Director, UKDS

    11:30 THE NEW PRISON PROJECT IN SAXONY ANHALT

    Axel Guehl

    Axel Guehl, Head of Department for Economic Affairs , Ministerium der Finanzen

  • PPP in Saxony Anhalt
  • Why PPP prisons?
  • What are the results of the economic comparison?
  • Precisely how is the risk allocated?
  • What are the objectives?
  • How can challenges be overcome?
  • 12:00 DELIVERING PRISON INFRASTRUCTURE UNDER THE VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT'S PARTNERSHIPS VICTORIA POLICY GUIDELINES

    Tim  Cave

    Tim Cave, Director, Major Project Delivery Services, County Court of Victoria

  • Experience of prisons in Victoria
  • Variations to the British approach
  • Developing probity/due diligence/evaluation methods for smaller finance and construction markets
  • 12:30 Networking Lunch

    13:30 THE FRENCH PRISON PROGRAMME

    Henri Vichard

    Henri Vichard, Deputy Managing Director, Agence de Maitrise d’ Ouvrage des Travoux du Ministére de la Justice

  • The largest new built prison programme in Europe
  • The ambitious 18 prison initiative
  • Estimated capital costs
  • Policy and implementation issues
  • The first bid out to tender
  • 14:00 PPP PRISONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

    Brigette Ann Baillie

    Brigette Ann Baillie, Partner, Webber Wentzel Bowens

    14:30 POLICE PFI’S - NORTH KENT HQ AND MEDWAY HQ SCHEMES

    Alastair Watson

    Alastair Watson, Senior Manager , Grant Thornton

  • PFI in the police sector
  • The bidder market
  • Recent changes and current issues
  • Selecting PFI with confidence
  • Improving the procurement experience
  • 15:00 Afternoon Tea

    15:30 MANAGING THE PFI PROCESS IN AN EVER CHANGING POLICE SERVICE

    Darren  Crocker

    Darren Crocker, Director, Gleeds

  • Building in flexibility to embrace change
  • PFI within an ever changing police service
  • 16:00 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE BOND MARKET FOR PPP/PFI PROJECTS

    Sebastien Clerc

    Sebastien Clerc, Director, IXIS COROPORATE & INVESTMENT BANK

  • Bank vs bonds- the issuers perspective
  • Working with rating agencies and monolines
  • Recent trends
  • 16:30 CAN DESIGN WIN PFI BIDS?

    Keith Young

    Keith Young, Director of Architecture , McBains Cooper

  • FM, the operator and the architect
  • The contractor and the architect
  • Prison design – the change from public to private
  • Police design – the rise of aesthetics
  • 17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Conference

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