IJGlobal manages research and data collection for The World Bank’s Private Participation in Infrastructure Database, which helps facilitate private investment into infrastructure across the world.
The World Bank’s PPI Database monitors private sector involvement in low- and middle-income countries, across sectors including transport, energy, telecoms and water. The database currently holds data on some 6,400 infrastructure projects in 139 low- and middle-income countries, with projects dating back to 1984. The PPI Database operates as a free-to-use public good.
While The World Bank’s PPI Database and IJGlobal’s own infrastructure finance data products share similarities, IJGlobal manages PPI Database data collection as an independent operation. IJGlobal’s PPI Database team of Financial Data Analysts and Consultants are based in London, Sofia, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing and Sao Paulo.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for queries or to submit project data to The World Bank’s PPI Database.