The Republic of Guinea-Bissau is one of the poorest and least developed countries of Western Africa. The construction of a deep-water port at Buba will address a multifaceted need for infrastructure development in the country, as part of a concerted effort to address peace and economic prosperity in the whole region, to be complemented by investments in rail & road that interconnect its countries and economies in a medium-term time horizon. The implementation of this project would greatly contribute to promoting regional integration, for example, exporting Bissau Guinean bauxite and other products from the country at a competitive cost.
TPF, a major engineering and construction firm in Portugal appointed VTM for the preparation of the Economic and Financial feasibility studies, for the structuring of the private-public partnership of the construction of a deep-water port at Buba, Guinea-Bissau. In addition, VTM prepared documentation regarding capacity building for the local policy makers.
Given the political instability of the country, a firm decision on whether to advance with the investment in the construction of BubaPort is still on-hold.
The Portuguese Government established a team to coordinate and prepare many of the aspects of the World Youth Day 2023, in Lisbon. WYD is the largest Catholic event, bringing together hundreds of thousands, even millions, of young people from all over the world for various meetings with the Pope. VTM was chosen to develop the […]
VTM was appointed by an infrastructure fund as Commercial Due Diligence Advisor in assessing a potential equity investment in a company specialized in building and operating an infrastructure for charging Electric Vehicles (“EV”) – one of the top players in such market in Italy. The assessment initially required providing an overview of the EV market […]