The Edmond de Rothschild Group is particularly active in partnering public sector organisations and large companies seeking to develop their public sector business.
A presence in all areas of public sector finance
The Edmond de Rothschild Group works with the public sector to deal with all major financial issues that arise within the sector, whether hedging of financial risks, structuring of major investment projects, notably public/private partnerships (PPP), or generating returns from real estate assets. We also provide expertise in the design of complex financial structures.
Addressing the specific needs of the public sector
Public sector organisations operate under a number of specific constraints. These must be fully understood and integrated when developing appropriate financial solutions. Budgeting or public procurement procedures, specific decision-making systems, reporting issues: these are just some of the specific features – some would say constraints – that need to be taken into account and in which the Edmond de Rothschild Group has recognised expertise.
Building productive public-private partnerships
The rise of public private partnerships (PPP) has reflected an innovative development in the way public authorities interact with the economy. The Edmond de Rothschild Group has made this one of its specialist areas, and can ensure projects run smoothly and deliver the benefits that are intended.
Long-term asset management: innovative tailored solutions
The public sector cannot ignore the modernisation of asset management techniques and must ensure it provides good value from its activities and its assets. That said, it should only make use of financial innovations after putting in place strict precautions and procedures.
Edmond de Rothschild Group is particularly aware of this issue because of its family culture, which prizes prudence and long-term vision in Asset Management.
A key point here is that our staff includes professionals who have held posts of responsibility in the public sector, either internationally (European Commission, United Nations), nationally (France, Switzerland, Belgium) or locally (Swiss cantons, Ile-de-France region).