Public-private partnerships in infrastructure may provide benefits such as private sector financing and efficiency, but they also come with risks and complexities that need to be properly managed
Dieter is a Partner at Roland Berger. He has worked in several countries across Southeast Asia, and originally started at the firm's Brussels office in Belgium.
With ten years of experience, he consults on public sector development, economic development, regulations and strategic infrastructure development, including setting up public-private partnerships. His infrastructure experience covers areas such as energy and utilities, transport and telecom.
He holds a Master in International Economics and Business from the University of Leuven in Belgium. He is also a graduate in International Economic Policy at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy in Germany and attended the Executive Program in Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnerships at Harvard University.