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Inquiry into the Welsh Government’s capital funding sources

Receiving evidence

 

The Finance Committee is undertaking an inquiry into the Welsh Government’s capital funding sources.

Terms of reference

  • To consider all funding models available to the Welsh Government:
    • conventional funding (including financial transactions capital);
    • government loans (including borrowing limits);
    • government bonds;
    • role of capital receipts;
    • borrowing powers of Welsh Government bodies; and
    • the Mutual Investment Model.
  • To consider the financial risks and costs of borrowing for different funding models or for specific models.
  • To look at how funding sources could be used to deliver an effective capital funding strategy.
  • To consider whether the Mutual Investment Model represents value for money.
  • To compare the Mutual Investment Model costs to other Public Private Partnerships models.

 

Evidence session

Date, Agenda and Minutes

Transcript

Video

1.  Hodge Foundation and University College London

Gerald Holtham, Hodge Professor of Regional Economics

 

Dr Stanimira Milcheva, Associate Professor in Real Estate and Infrastructure Finance, University College London

 

Wednesday 1 May

Read transcript of Evidence Session 1

Watch Evidence Session 1 on Senedd TV

2.  Scottish Future Trusts

Peter Reekie, Chief Executive, Scottish Future Trusts

Wednesday 1 May

Read transcript of Evidence Session 2

Watch Evidence Session 2 on Senedd TV

3.  Tirion Group and Local Partnerships

David Ward, Chief Executive, Tirion Homes

 

Howel Jones, Corporate Director, Programmes and Project, Local Partnerships

Rosie Pearson, Corporate Director Business Development, and Programme Director PPP & PFI, Local Partnerships

 

Thursday 9 May

Read transcript of Evidence Session 3

Watch Evidence Session 3 on Senedd TV

4.  KPMG and Capital Law

Gwyn Llewelyn, Director, Infrastructure Advisory, KPMG

 

Stuart Pearson, Senior Associate - Construction, Energy and Projects, Capital Law

 

Wednesday 15 May

Read transcript of Evidence Session 4

Watch Evidence Session 4 on Senedd TV

5.  Welsh Local Government Association and Carmarthenshire County Council

Wednesday 5 June

 

Read transcript of Evidence Session 5

Watch Evidence Session 5 on Senedd TV

6.  Deloitte and CIPFA

Wednesday 5 June

Read transcript of Evidence Session 6

Watch Evidence Session  on Senedd TV

7.  National Audit Office

Wednesday 19 June

(private)

(private)

8.  Minister for Finance and Trefnydd

Wednesday 17 July

Read transcript of Evidence Session 7

Watch Evidence Session  on Senedd TV

 

Business type: Committee Inquiry

Reason considered: Assembly Business;

First published: 07/03/2019

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