Public-Private Partnerships

Belgium has a pressing need for the construction, renovation or replacement and public infrastructure in various sectors. Due to budgetary constraints, public authorities at the different Belgian levels are increasingly relying on public-private partnerships (PPPs) to structure their infrastructure projects.

COVID-19 and public procurement in Belgium
News - 30 April 2020 - Belgium

COVID-19 and public procurement in Belgium

Measures have been taken by the Belgian authorities to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most importantly, a Ministerial Decision of 18 March 2020, as amended...
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What should a borrower know about the Belgian COVID-19 State guarantee?
News - 17 April 2020 - Belgium

What should a borrower know about the Belgian COVID-19 State guarantee?

In response to the coronavirus crisis, the federal government has decided to activate a EUR 50 billion State guarantee scheme. The Royal Decree of 14 April 2020...
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News - 21 January 2020 - Belgium

Impact of the new Belgian Code of Companies and Associations on the signing of your tenders

The new Belgian Code of Companies and Associations (the “BCCA”) is in full force and applicable to all Belgian entities since 1 January 2020. One of the novelties...
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Valentijn De Boe and Olivier van der Haegen
News - 06 January 2020 - Belgium

Two new partners at Loyens & Loeff Belgium

Valentijn De Boe and Olivier van der Haegen have been appointed as local partners at Loyens & Loeff in Belgium with effect from 1 January 2020. Valentijn is...
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Ambitious plans to reform the Flemish inheritance and gift tax

Honesty is the best policy when completing the European Single Procurement Document (ESPD)

An integrated projects team

The legal complexity of PPPs requires a comprehensive approach and a unique combination of legal expertise. Loyens & Loeff has assisted clients across energy, transport and infrastructure sectors with successfully closing their projects. Our team encompasses the full array of legal and tax experts needed during the entire life-cycle of your project. Our specialists have advised the various actors regularly involved in projects and have a deep understanding of each of their perspectives and of the market generally.

One-stop shop

We offer you a one-stop shop in relation to all tax, accounting and legal aspects of your PPP, from the inception, the acquisition, the structuring and the raising of financing, to the closing, the performance and the divestment. The cooperation between the various specialists within our firm works to the client’s advantage, as issues are tackled from different angles, creating synergy and increasing efficiency.

We can rely on a vast network of Belgian law specialists who are used to work together across their various practice groups in order to provide you with a seamless service.

Covering all relevant areas of expertise

The expertise of our projects team includes:

  • Construction law
  • Corporate documentation
  • Financing structures, including alternative financing
  • Financing documentation
  • Planning and zoning and environmental permits
  • Project documentation for DBFM and other structures, including all sub-contracts
  • Public procurement
  • Real estate
  • Tax and accounting structuring of PPPs, including Belgian GAAP, IAS-IFRS and ESA2010

All team members have actual, first-hand experience of working on leading project financing and PPP projects. At Loyens & Loeff, we work in partnership with our clients in order to help them reach their goals. We pride ourselves in giving strategic, concise and pragmatic advice.