The Public-Private Partnership Law Review 3rd Edition

September 22, 2017

The Philippine chapter of The Public-Private Partnership Law Review 3rd edition was contributed by SyCipLaw partners Marievic G. Ramos-Añonuevo and Arlene M. Maneja. The chapter includes information on public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the Philippines, including general framework, bidding and award procedure, contractual arrangements, financing, and recent developments and decisions.

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Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. The Public-Private Partnership Law Review: Third Edition (published in May 2017; editors Bruno Werneck and Mário Saadi). For further information, please visit

Marievic G. Ramos-Añonuevo heads the firm’s Banking, Finance & Securities department. She also has substantial experience advising major local and foreign clients in the fields of banking, project finance, privatization, infrastructure, foreign investments, mergers and acquisitions, corporate rehabilitation and restructuring, securities, and land acquisition and development. Ms. Añonuevo is currently representing the various lending syndicates that have extended or committed to extend financing for the ongoing Metro Manila Skyway – Stage 3 Project (Php31 billion), the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Project (Php23.3 billion), the NAIA Expressway Project (Php7.5 billion), and the Modernization of the Philippine Orthopedic Center Project (Php2.9 billion).

Arlene M. Maneja specializes in PPPs, investments, infrastructure, power, renewable energy and competition law. She has assisted leading Philippine conglomerates in bidding for PPP contracts in the transport and water industries, including the bidding and re-bidding of Php65B Manila LRT Line 1 Extension, Operations and Maintenance Project, the Php17.5B Mactan Cebu International Airport Expansion, Operations and Maintenance Project, the Php24.4B Bulacan Bulk Water Supply Project and the LRT Line 2 Operations and Maintenance Project.