Jyoti Bisbey leads the technical assistance on Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Kazakhstan. Her work focuses on enabling environment for project financing, financial viability, PPP liability management and structuring of PPP options.
Her current portfolio includes designing public support mechanisms and backstops to PPP projects, energy sector financial recovery and risk mitigation tools, shaping PPP filters at various stages of project preparation, developing financial modeling tools, and harmonizing definitions for private capital mobilization/leveraging/catalyzation. In addition to Kazakhstan, her recent work has been in Brazil, Vietnam, Russia, Uruguay, Colombia, and Ethiopia in the transport, water and energy sectors.
Jyoti is also leading the Global PPP Certification program scheduled to be launched in the fall of 2015 and is co-authoring a toolkit on how to structure PPPs in Irrigation. Jyoti earned an MBA in International Finance and Economics from George Washington University in US and an undergraduate degree in Mathematics, and has more than 10 years of work experience in project finance and PPPs.
Irrigation of agriculture is central to rural development and growth. To achieve the best results, governments must carefully consider how investments can improve the use of existing water resources. Public-private partnerships (PPPs) can improve delivery and management of irrigation services....