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Southeast Asia Infrastructure Finance Summit

Event : Southeast Asia Infrastructure Finance Summit

Tue, 28/06/2011  
Conducted by : IQPC Singapore
Contact : Indre Riley

Southeast Asia Infrastructure Finance Summit 2011 will bring together all the key players for infrastructure development and financing including senior government representatives, multilateral agencies, infrastructure developers and financiers from across Southeast Asia to discuss and compare infrastructure investment and development opportunities in key Southeast Asian markets including Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

What makes SEA Infrastructure Finance Summit 2011 a must-attend event?

• Southeast Asia Market Watch: hear from the Governments of Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam on their countries’ economic outlook and their plans for infrastructure development ahead
• Infrastructure Finance Think Thank: leading infrastructure developers, power producers, financers and investors will evaluate the availability of financing for various infrastructure sectors and overcome issues on project financing and investments in Southeast Asia today
• Sector-Specific Analysis: sector focused sessions will address key aspects including risk-return profile, financing challenges and future developments in Energy & Power, Transport and Water
• Public-Private Partnership: this year’s programme features unrivalled discussions, updates and case studies that will allow you to acquire all the key information to identify, select and finance a bankable PPP project in the region
• Get Deals Done: meet new business contacts and exchange ideas with leading industry experts over 10 hours of networking opportunities at this event

Who should attend SEA Infrastructure Finance Summit 2011?

• Government
• Multilateral institutions
• Infrastructure developers
• Banks
• Fund managers
• Legal firms
• Tax & accounting firms
• Credit insurance firms

Speakers at this event include:
 
Dang Huy Dong
Vice Minister
Ministry of Planning and Investments, Vietnam

Dato Ali bin Hamsa
Director General - Public Private Partnership Unit
Unit Kerjasama Awam Swasta (UKAS), Malaysia

Adolfo Guerrero
PPP Infrastructure Specialist, Cities Development Initiative for Asia
Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Towfiqua S. Hoque
Senior Investment Officer
International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Abhijit Bhat
AVP Corporate Finance
CLP Holdings Ltd

James Cameron
Head of Project Finance – Asia Pacific
HSBC

Joseph Lufkin
Director
Infrastructure Finance Corporation

For the full list of speakers, visit www.infrastructurefinancesea.com
For more information, call +65 6722 9388, email enquiry@iqpc.com.sg or visit www.infrastructurefinancesea.com


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