Marcus Evans to Bring in Experts Exploring New Trends in Infrastructure Financing
The 3-days conference aims to provide a better understanding of PPP legal regulatory and financial frameworks for a smoother resolution of contract disputes. International and highly experienced speakers will be presenting case studies, identifying and respond to infrastructure financing needs and guide opportunities for private sector interests.
Presenting immense line up of speakers; Thierry De Longuemar VP & CFO Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB); John Groesbeek Acting Deputy Treasurer & Head Syndications – APAC International Finance Corporation (IFC), SINGAPORE; Dr. Khairus Masnan DDG (Development 1) PPP Unit (UKAS), Prime Minister’s Department, Malaysia; Freddy Saragih Director Of Government Support & Infrastructure Financing Management (PDPI) Ministry Of Finance, Indonesia; Low Kian Min Chief Development Officer Jera Energy Development Asia, Singapore; James Harris Chairman, Asia International Project Finance Association (IPFA); Michael Barrow DG - Private Sector Operations Asian Development Bank (ADB), Philippines; Surya Bagchi MD & Global Head Of Project & Export Finance Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore; Darwin Trisna Djajawinata Director Of Project Development & Advisory PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (PERSERO), Indonesia; Aditya Aggarwal Partner – Infrastructure Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC), India; Gavin Munro MD & Head Of Infrastructure Finance, Apac Societe Generale Asia; Jonathan Donne MD, Head Private Side Financing Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore, among Others.
Happening fourth time this year in Singapore, the conference also has two special highlights such as interactive dialogue session on the Belt and Road Initiative and Leaders Chatroom on Green Investments.
The annual conference is featuring an exclusive post conference workshop about Project Preparation, Financing & Delivery. The workshop will providing a comprehensive understanding on how to structure PPP projects to expedite infrastructure development in the most efficient and effective way by Rolf Dauskardt and Guillaume Remy Directors at Rebelgroup, The Netherlands.
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