Chris Croft is a Director in KPMG’s Strategy Group focused on the Infrastructure Sector, providing strategic advice for corporates, private sector investors and Government. Chris has led KPMG’s Financial Advice to DfT’s High Speed Rail Group over the last two years which has included support to put in place the HS2 Development Agreement, developing programme funding arrangements and designing and implementing new governance arrangements. Chris also recently led KPMG’s work supporting the NDA assess options for the procurement of the Sellafield decommissioning programme. Chris’ wider experience over the last fifteen years includes: supporting nuclear new build market entrants to the UK; developing new operating model and governance arrangements for a major UK nuclear programme; and evaluating the funding and commercial arrangements within the Maritime defence supply chain. He has also supported strategy and commercial model development for a range of organisations which span the public / private boundary in the infrastructure, energy and defence sectors. Prior to joining KPMG, Chris spent five years in the British Army in the UK and abroad.
Lessons Learned from Structuring and Governance arrangements: Perspectives at the construction stage of Crossrail
The delivery model for Crossrail has proved successful and could form a template for other large and complex government-funded infrastructure proje...