CFAS were appointed financial advisors to the Ministry of Finance of Anguilla following a competitive international tender process. CFAS were retained to carry out Debt Management Studies in three phases;  a Short Term Debt plan, a Medium Term Debt Management Programme and thirdly an analysis of six key state entities in order to identify those most suitable for structuring as PPP Concessions.

Following this, CFAS was to start immediately on implementation of the first two projects under PPP structures. Work started on the new Blowing Point Ferry Terminal, but policy changes led to this work being temporarily postponed. Subsequently, extensive damage caused by Hurricane Irma led to the project being revised for implementation under UK Grant Aid. The second project is the Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport expansion project and work on the initial phases is currently in progress