24-26 July 2017
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore
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Infrastructure funding and finance is in a period of flux. It is clear that infrastructure needs remain pressing the world over and that governments will struggle to meet them, particularly on the heels of a volatile global economy that is having damaging fiscal impacts. Hence, there is a push by Governments around the region to encourage private sector participation in the delivery of infrastructure and public service projects.

This event will attract high profile speakers and regional mix of case studies will demonstrate how to ensure the infrastructure projects can attract investor participation in financing the project. Moreover, in-depth innovative financing strategies and discussions will generate ideas for our participants to assist them in preparing bankable projects to attract more investments and private sector participation.

Benefits of attending this event:

  • Mobilising private financing to accelerate the speed of infrastructure delivery in the region, thereby creating a new platform for growth
  • Developing a better understanding of PPP legal, regulatory and financial frameworks in complex and long-term PPP arrangements to enable the resolution of contract disputes in African context
  • Increasing the number of bankable infrastructure projects through innovative partnerships and incentive schemes for substantially increased funding of early stage project development activities
  • Establishing government-backed and policy-led pipeline of market-credible PPP projects that will be internationally and competitively bid out to prospective sponsors and concessionaires, in accordance with the national policy on PPPs
  • Delivering the financial instruments required to attract additional infrastructure financing to the continent through bridge equity, mezzanine and mini-perm and take out loans
  • Sourcing for an alternative financing mechanism through multilaterals or syndications to support financiers from paying high interest from the acquired loans
  • Attracting private sector finance from pension and sovereign wealth funds for greater  renewable energy resources and infrastructure development
  • Supporting infrastructure development with government and infrastructure  bonds to offer a higher guarantee on the financing of these projects


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Ellyna Merican
Marketing Assistant

Suite A-20-1, Level 20, Hampshire Place Office
157 Hampshire, 1, Jalan Mayang Sari
50450 Kuala Lumpur

Fax: +603 2723 6699
Email: ellynam@marcusevanskl.com

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