Budgetary constraints, the balanced budget amendment, and the Maastricht criteria are slowing down the public sector – how will cities, districts, provinces, and the federal government still be investing sensibly? Dr. Ute Jasper and Dr. Christopher Marx from the law firm of Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek will examine this issue in the seminar entitled “Investing despite balanced budget amendment – Financing models for the public sector.” Jointly with Behörden Spiegel magazine, Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek invites you to the seminar that will be held in Düsseldorf on January 19, 2018.
Potholes are being repaired in a rush, bridges fall into disrepair, too few schools and pre-schools are being built – those are frequently the consequences of investments that have not been made. Postponed investments, however, often result in even higher cost for the public sector: rapid, credit-financed restoration and loan-financed new buildings can be a cost-saver overall.
Which investment and financing models can the public sector use to create scope for action to create better infrastructure? On January 19, 2018, Dr. Ute Jasper and Dr. Christopher Marx will present successfully implemented solutions, procedures, models, and projects. Participants can adopt these, customized to their needs.